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Planet Earth has had Enough by Sheila McPhee
Dump the Plastic by Sheila McPhee
Fore Ever Eco Golf by Sheila McPhee
Red Wine by Sheila McPhee
Today is not Yesterday by Sheila McPhee
Salon 520 Hair by Sheila McPhee
Red Hot Stuff by Sheila McPhee
G is for Green by Sheila McPhee
Purple Ice by Sheila McPhee
Pineapple in Pink by Sheila McPhee
Iris by Sheila McPhee
You Are The Sunflower of My Life by Sheila McPhee
My Happy Place by Sheila McPhee
Protecting Always, Cherished Always by Sheila McPhee
Pink Grateful for you by Sheila McPhee
Table For Two by Sheila McPhee
Hello New Brunswick by Sheila McPhee
New Brunswick Flag by Sheila McPhee
Flag of Prince Edward Island by Sheila McPhee
Flag of Nova Scotia by Sheila McPhee
Flag of Newfoundland Labrador by Sheila McPhee
Acadian Flag of New Brunswick by Sheila McPhee
Go Ahead Kiss My Lips by Sheila McPhee
#wendy #prioritypersonnel by Sheila McPhee
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About Sheila McPhee
Sheila's creative loves include painting, writing, and music. She is the author and self-publisher of the children's books "The Green Guardian and the Eco Squad" and "ECO ABC 123," and she is currently working on a full-length novel. For her first book, Sheila was awarded the Dr Marilyn Trenholme Counsell Literacy Award from the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick in the category of Individual Contribution to Literacy. For the same work, she also received a personal note of thanks and inspiration from Dr. David Suzuki. Sheila has shown work in numerous exhibits, and has received extensive commissions for her one-of-a-kind eco art.
Sheila was born in Salmon Creek, New Brunswick, one of nine children with a very traditional rural upbringing. She began her professional career as a hairdresser in Moncton, New Brunswick in 1969. Two years later, after studying teaching techniques at George Brown College in Toronto, she moved to Kitchener, Ontario, where she taught at the House of Coupal, an advanced hairstyling academy. Her career next took her to Prince George, British Columbia, and Vancouver, where she worked at the high-end British-inspired Crimpers. Longing to return to the east coast, Sheila moved to Fredericton, New Brunswick, working first at the Lord Beaverbrook Hotel salon and then at the House of Richard, after which she opened her own business. She currently styles hair at Headmasters Headmistress and Pine Grove Nursing Home, in addition to being the full-time property manager of a downtown condominium complex. She has one son, Joshua, an honours graduate from St. Thomas University, Fredericton; he is presently studying to become a paramedic.