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Above: Artist John Dyer painting in the rainforest of Borneo with endangered orangutans.

Award winning holiday park select Joanne Short art posters

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Award winning holiday park select Joanne Short art posters

Mother Ivey's Bay holiday park in north Cornwall have just taken delivery of 35 framed Joanne Short vintage style art postersfor display in their luxurious holiday facilities at Mother Ivey's Bay and Martha's Orchard.

"I am absolutely delighted that my vintage style art poster prints will be on display at this award winning holiday park in Cornwall. The team at Mother Ivey's Bay and the manager of Martha's Orchard have selected my north Cornwall range with posters of Padstow, Camel Estuary, Bedruthan Steps and Holywell Bay in addition to St Michael's Mount and Truro. The gallery mirror plated each frame so they are ready to hang in the holiday lodges around the site. It should bring a real splash of Cornish colour and art to all who holiday there and it's fantastic that they are supporting contemporary Cornish art." Joanne Short.

"It's lovely to work with the Mother Ivey's team again and to provide this range of framed prints for them. John Dyer has previously been commissioned to paint Mother Ivey's Bay for the directors and his painting is now well known to the guests of the holiday park as it appears  on a number of home ware items in the accommodation."


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