Items on this page began life as hand-drawn artwork, which were then scanned into the computer and color-enhanced.
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|This American Eagle originated as an oil painting of Jeannie's. This majestic and noble creature represents the best of America.
|Bouquet of Flowers|
|Jeannie does most of her drawings in the afternoon in her brightly lit sunroom, which she finds conducive to artistic inspiration. This Bouquet of Flowers reflects that beauty & sunshine.
|Sunflowers epitomize the warmth and sunshine of summer, and will always be Jeannie's favorite flower.
|Sam & Jimmy|
|Sam & Jimmy are winter buddies-- you could say they are "foul weather"" friends."
|Snowlady was the first of Jeannie's pen and ink drawings, and is the one that got her started making greeting cards. The original was hand drawn and computer enhanced to add color.
|Seeing some butterfly fish at an aquarium once got Jeannie's imagination going, and these colorful fish were the result.
|There once was a seahorse named Fred
Who wished he had been thoroughbred
His parents told him
A horse that can't swim
Just 'aint got no undersea cred.
|A visit to Maine inspired these lighthouse drawings. There is a certain peace of mind that comes with the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks and the cries of the seagulls.
|Have you ever wanted to hide so you can see everyone but no one can see you? This snowman may not be as invisible as he thinks.