Vintage style travel posters and seaside prints by Devon Artist Becky Bettesworth
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2016 has been an amazing year for Becky Bettesworth

 

It truly has been an amazing year this year and I wanted to share just a few of the highlights with you. My tranquil South Hams picture on the summer cover of new Project Calm magazine, Salcombe Scooter picture which was adapted from a commission for The Bake House in Salcombe featured on the August cover of Coast magazine, a signing in March at the stunning Saunton Sands Hotel, being a national finalist in the Venus awards, an artist signing at National Trust Greenway where my current collection of vintage prints was first launched, my Budleigh Salterton picture was featured at the annual Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival and chosen for their brochure cover, presenting the Queen of Baking Mary Berry and former royal correspondent Jennie Bond with my framed pictures at Crabfest in Salcombe in March, working together with the Dartmouth Food Festival to create a new picture and merchandise to sell at the famous gastronomic event and finishing off by Torbay Mayor Gordon Oliver approaching me to create a Christmas card representing the beautiful bay where we live! And there have been many more exciting events, launches, signings, appearances and charity donations in between! it has been a busy and wonderful year and I wanted to thank everybody I have worked with in my local community, throughout the South West and across the UK. All of my artwork featured here; South Hams (Blackpool Sands), Salcombe Scooter, Salcombe (South Hams), Saunton Sands, Greenway collection, Budleigh Salterton and Dartmouth Festival are all available to buy as vintage style seaside prints and travel posters directly from my website www.beckybettesworth.co.uk 



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