Cloudeight Screen Savers "Sweet Spirits: The Art of Jill Wyatt-Marshall

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Welcome to the Cloudeight  "Sweet Spirits: The Art of Jill Wyatt-Marshall"  screensaver for Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP.
Cloudeight would like to express our thanks to Jill and Kenneth Wyatt Galleries, for allowing us to use her original  paintings to create this screen saver. Please take this opportunity to visit Kenneth Wyatt Galleries, where Jill's art, along with her Father's, is displayed.    You will have the opportunity to tour her art gallery as well as ordering information for paintings, prints, notecards based on her art, and other wonderful products!  We hope you will take this opportunity to sign Kenneth Wyatt Galleries guestbook by clicking here! 

Midi selections used in the creation of this screensaver feature original compositions by Bill Sandy of Mystifying Music.   Bill Sandy is the official Midi Composer for Cloudeight.  Please visit his online studio and take a tour! Ordering information is also available for Musical Cdroms of his music.

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All content is copyright 2002 by CloudEight Internet Designs. Original art used in this screen saver is copyright  byJill Wyatt-Marshall, Kenneth Wyatt Galleries,  and are used by written agreement.  Visit Cloudeight at http://www.thundercloud.net  Music composed and sequenced by Bill Sandy. Copyright Bill Sandy. Cloudie Mascot logo is copyright 2001-2002 by Cloudeight (designed by Dennis Cox).