Amy Flynn had been a professional illustrator since her first job with Hallmark in 1982. She has illustrated several childrens’ books and more greeting cards and paper products than she would care to recall. A few of her clients include American Greetings, Hallmark, Random House, Grosset and Dunlap, Paper Magic, Current, Paramount Cards, Reader’s Digest, Marcel Schurman, the Lindy Bowman Company, Cleo, JeanMarie Creations, Publications International, Midwest of Cannon Falls, Leanin’ Tree, Karto Oy, Marian Heath, PcCrafter and Amscan. In 2008, a changing economic climate (that’s a nice way of saying recession) led her to re-examine her choice of careers, and she started FOBOTS. Her studio and workshop are the upper floor of an old house that she and Phil (that’s her lovely and talented husband) have painstakingly restored. Mongo, the Welsh terrier, sleeps at her feet. And to balance the solitude that freelance work imposes, Amy has become something of a minor local celebrity for her appearances onstage in area theatrical productions.
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