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So very excited to tell you

I have been collaborating with an artist who is new to me.  She came to me with some special requests and for an unknown reason, I felt I needed to take the time to accommodate her requests.   Well, we have some fabulous art to share with you all.   This wonderful Artist is Jeannette Bryant from Louisiana.

She has a clear image of what she wants to produce and has a sense of humor to boot! 

I am happy to show off her newest pieces
using images with her great words.

She has applied oversize images to canvas and then embellished the heck out of them too!   
Her art is selling at a local farmers market.    Please help congratulate her on her work.


  1. These are lovely! Good luck Jeannette at the show, I'm sure they will be gone faster than you can make them.

  2. These are great! I hope she sells the crap out of them!! Support your local artists!!!!

  3. Congratulations, Jeanette! Very fun!

  4. Thank You. I enjoy creating them and I love, love Altered Pages and their sassy ladies. I am experiminting with beeswax and can't wait to finish a piece sealed in wax!

  5. Welcome, Jeanette. Great canvasses.

  6. Really fun Art, love it!


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