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Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8

  • Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8 - BL126
  • Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8 - BL126
  • Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8 - BL126
  • Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8 - BL126
  • Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8 - BL126
  • Mark Adlington Notecards – set of 8 - BL126
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Price: $20.00

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    Item #: BL126

    These folding notecards feature prints of artwork by artist Mark Adlington. They are as great for personal correspondence as they are for sitting in a frame on your desk. The art highlights animals of the Greater Amboseli ecosystem that Big Life’s rangers work to protect. Mark has visited Amboseli many times and generously supports Big Life with his art.

    Card Details:

    • 5” X 7”
    • Each set includes two of each design
    • Thick 100# uncoated paper
    • Includes envelopes
    • Blank interior
    • Back includes art details


    About the Artist:

    Paint and wildlife have been Mark Adlington’s twin passions since he was a small child. Growing up by the ocean on Ireland’s western fringe it was seals that first hypnotized him; an animal that perfectly exemplifies the simultaneous otherness and similarities of all living creatures.

    It was only after an academic degree in Art History at the University of Edinburgh and several years working for Sotheby's Auctioneers that Mark had the courage to throw caution to the wind and go to Art School.

    Since then, he has travelled the world seeking out his elusive subjects project-by-project with obsessional fervor, returning to the studio with full sketchbooks and hours of reference footage to battle with the abstractions of paint, form and color in the studio.

    Mark is represented by the John Martin of London Gallery and Bridgeman Images.

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