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Seed Graphics
Princeton, New Jersey,
Nancy Watson


I am glad that we have Ras Baraca, a man of the people at the helm in Newark, NJ. Some changes are being made. We have a civilian review board now that checks out policing here. A reporter was asking people on the streets whether they thought there was any way that the situation could get better. One young man quoted the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.


"Darkness cannot cast out darkness,
only light can cast out darkness."
"Hate cannot cast out hate, only Love can cast out hate."


"We are here to witness the creation and abet it. We are here to notice each thing so each thing gets noticed. Together we notice not only each mountain shadow and each stone on the beach but, especially, we notice the beautiful faces and complex natures of each other. We are here to bring to consciousness the beauty and power that are around us and to praise the people who are here with us. We witness our generation and our times. We watch the weather. Otherwise, creation would be playing to an empty house."
Annie Dillard

Welcome to Seed Graphics.
Here you will find Note cards from nature and garden and inspirational
Postcards which plant "good seeds" and encourage Life....



Watercolor note cards
..... Gifts.....
LA grafitti and Gospel postcards


Early_fall_cards..Wild flower cards..Flower note cards
seasonal note cards wild flower watercolor note cards Flower note cards
mission....Christian leaders...mother & child cards..
Mission Christian leadersMother and child cards
Christian plaques..Gospel postcards..Note cards...order form
 Gospel Postcards by Nancy Watson Watercolor note cards & Christian gifts by Nancy Watson
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Florals
Watercolor floral postcards
Watercolor paintings
Prints
Family
Graphics
Privacy Policy and Paypal
What people say
The Gospel
Revival





Links


Artist Websites-Nancy Watson


Bowman's Hill Wild flower preserve.

Makoto Fujumura

Evangelical Environmental Network

Stone Hill Church of Princeton

Bill Engstrom, phototelegrapher

Jaw poetry