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Sisters artist lands magazine covers

Jill Neal, who’s “wild, tasteful women” have become iconic images, landed them on the cover of two magazines in June.

The Sisters artist’s celebratory women grace the cover of the June issue of Pink magazine based in the Hamptons, and Paisley magazine from St. Simons Island.

The artist has been busy since recently closing her gallery in Sisters and moving strictly into online sales.

Her new “Front line” mug released in June, and has been sent all over the country, including a children’s hospital in Dallas. A young woman got several cases to give to all the hospital workers, as her young brother had been there off and on for several years with heart surgeries, Neal said.

“I’ve been writing a ‘Daily Diva’ post to give a lift of sorts to my Facebook friends, and it’s starting to go all over the U.S., England, Australia, and who knows where else,” Neal said. “It’s been such a privilege to know that it has lifted people’s spirits during all the trying times we’re in — plus it a chance to share my message of empowerment for women, all colors, sizes. In essence ‘God made us all so rejoice!’ We all need to be celebrated for who we are.”

Neal has moved into what she is calling her “art attic” upstairs in the Three Creeks building, and is using it as a fulfillment center.

“I am fortunate to have been able to do so successfully and am very thankful for that!” she said. “I hope to be able to have an open house to celebrate once things open up!”


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