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Jeanne Guerin-Daley
I am happiest with a paint brush in my hand.
I am happiest with a paint brush in my hand.
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"I Am Jane Doe" Movie
I challenge you to
make a difference in our world. Let’s make some noise, people! Do you remember the amazing impact which was felt when so
many Americans showed up in DC on January 21, 2017? One person CAN make a
difference.   Each individual, one at a
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Musings About the Country's State
There are twenty-four hours in every day. We all have the same amount of time. We each choose different ways to use it. Sometimes we don't have  much choice but we do what we have to do.  Recently, I have had days where I sooo wish I had more time to paint,...
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Christmas ReWish 2016
A Christmas ReWish I reposted the poem below last year. I wanted to send out good wishes for all during the holiday season. The poem is not new; I created that several years ago (but it is still current in its hopes for the season). The [watercolor] paintin...
Christmas ReWish 2016
Christmas ReWish 2016
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Salus University Hosts ARTsisters Visionary Exhibition
ARTsisters ' latest Art exhibit is at Salus University in Elkins Park. "Prussian Rose Whispers" Entitled "Visionary" this exhibition will be hanging until November 9th 2016 in the Hafter Student Center.  An opening
reception will be held on Sunday, October...
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Health Benefits of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is actually one of the most powerful healing spices, and has become most famous for its ability to improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes. As little as 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon a day could cut triglycerides and total cholesterol levels by 12 to 30 percent. Cinnamon can even help prevent blood clots, making it especially heart smart. Like many other spices, cinnamon has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It's been shown to conquer E. coli, among other types of bacteria. Researchers have even discovered recently that it's rich in antioxidants called polyphenols—another reason it's good for your heart. It's also high in fiber (after all, it comes from the bark of a tree) and can reduce heartburn in some people.
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"American Dreams" at Old City Jewish Art Center
Artwork by members of ARTsisters will be exhibited for the month of July at the Old City Jewish Art Center, located at 119 N 3rd Street in Philadelphia PA. 19106. OCJAC is between Arch and Cherry Streets. To read an article about the exhibition, click here:...
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Sammy
Pictured here is a recent pencil portrait of Sammy, a friend's dog. Something about his face says "Paint me!" So, I haven't yet painted him but I did draw him. maybe will paint him next.... Send me your dog pix! Keep me painting! (/drawing!) You can email t...
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Next pet portrait Chosen
I have just selected a reference photo which will be the subject of my next portrait. New Year; New Face! Tune in next time....
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A Christmas Wish
I posted the poem below a couple years ago, it still fits to the season,..... (picture is new though... ) "Poinsettia" 4x6.5" watercolor (c) 2015 Jeanne Guerin-Daley A Wish for You I wanted to send you a holiday card To wish you glad tidings and a great New...
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