10 Responses to “Contact”


  1. 1 tv June 15, 2011 at 12:56 PM

    great contact

  2. 2 David July 4, 2011 at 1:21 PM

    Thanks for visiting the one mile stretch of natural beach at Far Rockaway and checking out our migrating marvels and their young. Keep the art thriving. Peace and love

  3. 3 BARTHELEMY Brigitte February 18, 2016 at 3:40 AM

    hello i write this few words to tell you i have finde one bottle yesterday January The 17 on beach in FRANCE new ROYAN …
    Its a “formidable “thing.
    I’m artist also, , this bottle takes three years to come on my beach…
    I ‘m going to send a message to mr BOORUJY…
    We are , my husband and i very touch by ecological disaster , for sea , for birds…

  4. 4 BARTHELEMY Brigitte February 18, 2016 at 8:19 AM

    Imade a mistake this morning on the date of my “découverte” the month was February 17 2016 …And not January… Time go fast….

  5. 5 Alfred Masson February 22, 2016 at 9:40 AM

    Good afternoon,
    My name is Fred and I live in France, along the Atlantic Ocean ,in the south of Bordeaux, near Arcachon.
    I write to you-sorry for my english- because il saw that you are a defender of cormorans.
    In France, ,Twenty years ago, we did the same and these birds were protected. They had many chicks but, they do’nt stay along the beaches! Many many of them flight up the rivers to the springs where trouts and salmons lay eggs.
    The name of my little town is Biscarrosse (see on google earth).They are three lakes with many fishes. Now, there are clouds of cormoran with 5 or 600 birds and they destroy every fishes.It’s realy a catastrophe!!!!
    In the mountains, they eat youg trouts very easylly because the deep of the rivers is only 20 centimeters.
    Today, hunters are allowed to kill each year a certain number of cormorans but its not enough. They kill 100 birds but it is necessary to kill 1000 cormorans because they are everywere.
    It’s never good when man interfere in the nature !It is always a stupidity.
    Good luck!I have read the story of your bottle which reach a french beach at 100 km of my town.
    Fred
    I hope you understand me!!!!!!
    alfredmasson@orange.fr

  6. 6 GOSSART JM February 23, 2016 at 7:16 AM

    Bravo pour votre geste gratuit et fou au départ mais ô combien fantastique par la symbolique de sa réussite (votre site est super) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (un adhérent de Greenpeace et amoureux de la nature et de ses habitants

  7. 7 BARTHELEMY Brigitte February 23, 2016 at 7:51 AM

    Merci de votre réponse , nous sommes heureux qu’enfin une des bouteilles jetées à la mer par George Boorujy ait été trouvée… C’est bouleversant de faire une telle trouvaille .
    Merci à vous

  8. 8 Kristina February 23, 2016 at 9:07 AM

    An artist who takes action for sustainability… bravo!
    And beautiful paintings too!
    Kristina

  9. 9 Lilit Marcus February 24, 2016 at 3:03 PM

    Hi George! My name is Lilit Marcus and I’m a reporter for Conde Nast Traveler. I just read the story about you on DNAInfo.com and would love to cover this myself. Any chance you’re free to chat today or tomorrow? My email is lilit_marcus@condenast.com or you can reach me by phone at (212) 286-4761. Thank you!

  10. 10 Barthélémy Brigitte March 9, 2016 at 12:11 PM

    Thanks ,yess i try to take care of the earth…Brigitte from france..your answer gives me courage to continue my work and my site


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