Mark Betson Artist
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- Greetings & Stationery
Original art greeting cards and prints designed by Mark Betson, a colourful collection of Tree of Life, animals, portraits and other images.
Mark has been an artist for ever! And with the help of his wife Tammy they have been selling Mark's artwork as greeting cards and prints online and at events for the past 10 years, with many collectors seeking them out.
Last year they started to supply a few local shops with cards and prints and as sales were so successful have decided to take a leap of faith and join the wholesale world.
So this will be our first visit to the Autumn Fair, so be sure to come and visit Tammy at stand 6B15 to be at the forefront of this brand's exciting new journey and to get special show discounts.
Contact Mark Betson Artist at tel:01823 650988 Email: [email protected]
Or visit the website for more information. There is a retail website and a dedicated wholesale website (www.markbetsonartist-wholesale.com)
An extremely colourful intricately painted image of a Tree of Life, which includes many blue butterflies, how many can you count? 148mm and 125mm square Greeting cards, blank inside with a white borde ...
Sitting on a toadstool under a Tree of Life, you will find a fairy! A very colourful intricate image. 148mm and 125mm Greeting cards, blank inside with a white border around the image. All with their ...
A colourful intricate Tree of Life with a mandala design. 148mm and 125mm Greeting cards, blank inside with a white border around the image. All with their own codes and unique barcodes on the back as ...
A silhouette of a hare gazing into the sun, with a spirally tree, a bright colourful image. . 148mm Greeting cards, blank inside with a white border around the image. The artwork is produced by Mark B ...
A flying Puffin with his catch in his mouth on a stormy sea. 148mm Greeting cards, blank inside with a white border around the image. The artwork is produced by Mark Betson.