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Welcome to QuickNotes 48, Birds & Butterflies, featuring the Art of Maren Phillips. We'd like thank Maren Phillips for allowing us to use her art as the basis for this collection. Please help support our continuing efforts to present you with some of the best artists on the Web by supporting the artists who share their work with us. You can do this by visiting their Web sites! Please visit Maren Phillips' online gallery by clicking hereShe specializes in pen and ink drawings and original watercolors of botanicals, birds, butterflies, and endangered species. She also feature beautiful full-color flora and fauna notecards, many of which you can preview and order directly from her site.

Listed below are the titles of each of the 8 selections in this collection. Please click on the title to see a full preview of it. All selections in this collection have the common prefix "qn48" for ease in identifying.

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All content is copyright �2002 by Cloudeight Internet (all rights reserved). Questions or comments? We'd love to hear from you. Email us anytime at . This collection is based on orignal art by �2002 Maren Phillips and is used with permission. This collection was introduced in our May 9, 2002 newsletter. Didn't receive it? Want to ? Click Here.