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Sunday Express S Magazine select Joanne Short Vintage Style Art Prints

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Sunday Express S Magazine select Joanne Short Vintage Style Art Prints

Art for art’s sake

Sunday Express readers were given the chance to receive a stunning framed A2-sized, vintage-style art print by the acclaimed Newlyn Society artist Joanne Short. Each print is produced in the artist’s studio in Cornwall to her exacting standards. The prize is Joanne’s most popular art print, which features her delightful painting of the Camel Estuary, looking towards Rock in Cornwall from Padstow. Framed in a contemporary white frame and ready to hang on your wall, the print will bring a splash of Cornish art and sunshine into your home or office. The prints have a rrp of £75. To view the full range of art prints at the John Dyer Gallery, including Ted Dyer, John Dyer and Joanne Short, visit 

"It's great to work with national publications like the Sunday Express as it brings our work to a much wider audience. In this instance the Sunday Express, the Express Newspaper and several other publications from the group decided to feature Joanne's stunning vintage style art posters of Cornwall. The S Magazine gave a half page to the work and we have had a fantastic reaction to the piece here at the gallery."

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