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MARIAN BETTS, IWA

MARIAN

Anderson, IN
Central Chapter

Marian Betts was born in Africa of Pioneer Missionaries to the Sudan. She spent her first seven years in the wilds of the South Sudan Savannah and the next six years in either Khartoum, Sudan or Alexandria, Egypt at boarding school.
Marian’s affinity for storytelling was developed in her early years listening to the tales of life in the untamed wilderness and telling of her own experiences with lions, leopards, hippos and deadly snakes. She first developed the art in painting, quilting, and photography, later turning to the written word. To find out more about Marian’s life and her artwork go to mariansstudio.us.




"CARDINALS AND DAISIES"

Cardinal Flower

Cardinal Flowers

Category 4 DIGITAL ART
Medium: Digital Oils
27" X 38"
For Sale: $395.00

"THE EYES"

Wolf

Wolf

Category 4 DIGITAL ART
Medium: Digital Oils
24" X 16"
For Sale: $195.00

"ON THE HUNT"

Wolf

Wolf

Category 4 DIGITAL ART
Medium: Manipulated Photography & Oils
16" X 20"
For Sale: $250.00

"CARDINALS AND DAISIES"

Wolf

Cardinal Flowers

Category 4
Medium: Digital Oils
27" X 38"
For Sale: $395.00

"THE EYES"

Wolf

Wolf

Category 4 DIGITAL ART
Medium: Digital Oils
24" X 16"
For Sale: $195.00

"ON THE HUNT"

Wolf

Wolf

Category 4 DIGITAL ART
Medium: Manipulated Photography & Oils
16" X 20"
For Sale: $250.00
butterfly

MARIAN BETTS, IWA

MARIAN

Anderson, IN
Central Chapter

Marian Betts was born in Africa of Pioneer Missionaries to the Sudan. She spent her first seven years in the wilds of the South Sudan Savannah and the next six years in either Khartoum, Sudan or Alexandria, Egypt at boarding school.
Marian’s affinity for storytelling was developed in her early years listening to the tales of life in the untamed wilderness and telling of her own experiences with lions, leopards, hippos and deadly snakes. She first developed the art in painting, quilting, and photography, later turning to the written word. To find out more about Marian’s life and her artwork go to mariansstudio.us.