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New art cards launched by Joanne Short and John Dyer

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New art cards launched by Joanne Short and John Dyer

Art Cards

We have always allowed our paintings to be reproduced as art cards and have had a wide variety of cards published during the past 25 years with publishers including the Art Group, Canns Down Press, the Robertson Collection, Athena, Medici and others.

In recent months we have licensed a range of our paintings to the Cornish publishers 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.

We are delighted that amongst the many retailers of this exciting contemporary art range of cards are Waterstones and the Tourist Information shop in Truro, Cornwall. We think they look great in there on the spinners.

The very latest cards feature paintings of St Mawes, Looe and the Lizard by Joanne Short and Coverack, Helford Passage, Cadgwith and Falmouth by John Dyer.

Each card is printed on environmentally friendly board and even the packaging is compostable which is great.

A brief biography of each artist features on the back of the cards along with the John Dyer Gallery branding.

If you are interested in stocking this range of cards in your retail outlet please contact the publishers