<A HREF="http://earthfriendarts.tripod.com/tom.html"><img src="http://earthfriendarts.tripod.com/homecoming.html"></a>Welcome to the eclectic world of a scientist, artist, romantic, historian, and traveler - the Earth Friend.  Tom's work encompasses aviation themes, memories of days in the African bush, explorations of cross-cultural symbolism, statements against war and agression, days by the sea and peaceful summer evenings.  Come tour his galleries.

<A HREF="http://earthfriendarts.tripod.com/Deb/deb.html><img src="http://earthfriendarts.tripod.com/Deb/window-door.html"></a>A love of oceans, garden, ethnic artifacts, textiles and color underlie Deb's art.  Her work consists predominantly of art quilts and drawings in colored pencil.  Brilliancce, texture and serenity can be found throughout her galleries.

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Why Exchanging links

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