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Check out Jeanne Balsam’s Creations

Jeanne Balsam is an illustrator, writer and one of my favourite bloggers.  Now she’s launched a new line of Christmas and holiday cards, and a special journal she’s created.

If you’re looking for interesting Christmas and holiday cards or a gift, may I suggest you check out her site on Etsy?

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Jeanne’s love of drawing goes back to early childhood.

“I’ve been drawing pictures all my life from when I was a small child. I started focusing on children’s book writing and illustrating shortly after I graduated from art school, and I’ve worked on and off doing a variety of illustration over the years, including pet portraiture for a while.”

Blog Photo - Jeanne Balsam Frenchie 3

She created French Bulldog illustrations for the quarterly magazine, Just Frenchies, for many years, and fell in love with the breed. She would like to have a Frenchie pet of her own, when “the circumstances are right”.

Blog Photo - Jeanne Blasam Frenchie 3

Her shop on Etsy is brand-new and Jeanne is delighted that it’s taking off so quickly.

She’s also working on other projects:

“I have written a lovely piece that I will illustrate with Frenchies and make giclée prints. I can’t imagine I’ll have time to do this before the holidays, though. I am currently working on the graphic design of a picture book for a lovely client along with numerous other graphics projects. And I still have my eye on being a published picture book author and illustrator, too.”

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Through her blog, I’ve watched Jeanne grow in her field in recent years. I’m impressed with her achievements and look forward to her continued success. Please check out her work:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/JBalsamFrenchieArt

 

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27 thoughts on “Check out Jeanne Balsam’s Creations”

  1. Thanks Cynthia to let us know this talented artist.
    Her drawings of French bulldogs are expressive and with a great precision . What is strange for me is I believed the bulldog was an English breed .The bulldog is indeed a symbol of England : tenacious. Its nostrils are located behind and this allows to the bulldog to continue to bite and reamain stuck to the bull wuthout loss of breath
    Love ❤
    Michel

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