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A birdwatcher, country walker and sometime gardener, I do watercolor, pencil, ink or pastel art originals on location for plant, rock, sky and earth detail at any time of year and turn it into note cards and wall art using Microsoft Paint and Digital Imaging software. The cards come singly at 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch or 5x7 inch sizes, or in sets of large cards at 8 1/2 x 5". All cards come with envelope in a clear plastic casing.

You can see a big display of my work at www.mnartists.org. Check out my Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/EpiphaniesAfield. Original paintings are displayed at
www.saatchionline.com/TBeyer and on Fineartamerica.com..

I favor chilly-weather climates for all work that I do. This comes from a lifetime led in forgotten-about places in central Indiana, a long time ago, and in the Algoma District of…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 21
  • Joined August 5, 2011

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sturdy cotton paper, recycled paper, printable paper

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About

A birdwatcher, country walker and sometime gardener, I do watercolor, pencil, ink or pastel art originals on location for plant, rock, sky and earth detail at any time of year and turn it into note cards and wall art using Microsoft Paint and Digital Imaging software. The cards come singly at 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch or 5x7 inch sizes, or in sets of large cards at 8 1/2 x 5". All cards come with envelope in a clear plastic casing.

You can see a big display of my work at www.mnartists.org. Check out my Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/EpiphaniesAfield. Original paintings are displayed at
www.saatchionline.com/TBeyer and on Fineartamerica.com..

I favor chilly-weather climates for all work that I do. This comes from a lifetime led in forgotten-about places in central Indiana, a long time ago, and in the Algoma District of Ontario, Canada. For most of my life I have been a resident of Minnesota, where I frequent state parks or other public land and enjoy birding, wild botanizing, fishing and cross-country skiing. While dark, chilly weather ill-suits the popularity of many places, the western end of Lake Superior, being along a major corridor for bird migration, is something of a catch basin for far-northern and southern bird arrivals after blasts of rainy or snowy weather.

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