Joanne Short continues to produce stunning colourist oil paintings of Cornwall. As one of the elite Newlyn Society of Artists she has gained a huge following over the past twenty five years of exhibiting in Cornwall & London. Joanne lives and works on the south coast of Cornwall in Falmouth with her husband artist John Dyer and their two creative children Martha-Lilly and Wilamena. Joanne shares with us her latest stories and experiences of being an artist.
The children in Key Stage One at Mount Hawke Academy have been learning all about 'Cornwall' this half term through the art of Joanne Short.
The British Museum this year approached The John Dyer Gallery to explore licensing a range of Joanne Short paintings for a set of gifts for the British Museum Shop.
The leading blog 'Hodge Podge Days' has just published a lovely review of Joanne Short's vintage style art poster of the Camel estuary. Find out more.
Becky Pink, an influencer and leading blogger, has been enjoying her new Joanne Short vintage style farmed art poster of St Ives in Cornwall.
This summer, the King Harry Ferry is exhibiting artwork by acclaimed local artists John Dyer and Joanne Short. The series of prints, reminiscent of vintage 1930s travel posters, capture the subtropical beauty of the Roseland Peninsular. Bursting with colour, the artwork showcases the villages, beaches, and harbours that can be found on this spectacular area of coastline.
In recent months we have licensed a range of our paintings to the Cornish publishers http://www.artecodesigns.com who have just added another seven designs to The John Dyer Gallery art card range. The range now has 31 cards in the greetings cards range and also features packs of notecards with 3 John Dyer and 3 Joanne Short cards packed together.
A favourite bag not only provides a useful way to carry your things but also creates a visual statement. Our artist designed tote and cross body bags from Cornwall are real statements and useful too.
Our vintage style range of art posters are so popular that we have been looking at ways to extend this into homeware and soft furnishings.
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