Betty Club – Microfibre Lens Cloth is a beautiful little Aboriginal gift, great cleaning screens and glasses.
These handy little lens cloths are so helpful for keeping smartphone, iphone and ipad screens clean. They are also great keeping prescription glasses and sunglasses clean to help improve vision.
Clean up smudges on your eyeglasses and mobile phone screens with our colourful micro-fibre lens cloths. These pocket-size cleaners make terrific small presents for the budget-conscious!
These are the perfect gift in a stocking filler and for anyone Over 50!
Many cloths that come with glasses these days are black, meaning for people with impaired vision they can be hard to locate. These bright and colourful lens cloths solve that problem. You just cannot have enough of them!
Each little cloth comes with a tag with the artist’s name, photo and information on it. Royalties from this product go back to the artist and their community.
*This product ships for free.
About the Artist and Artwork
Artwork based on art by Betty Mpetyane Club.
Betty was involved with the Batik work at Utopia and has been painting for a long time. She is represented in the Holmes a Court Collection and her work is represented in the catalogue ‘Utopia – A Picture Story’.
Betty paints ‘My Mother’s Story’, awelye (women’s ceremonial body paint designs) for the ancestral dreamtime stories of the anemangkerr (bush melon or tomato) which belong to her mother’s country, Atnwengerrp, in the Utopia Region. Betty inherited the permission to paint the design by her mother, the late Minnie Pwerle.
Betty travelled to Adelaide with Julia Murray and Jenny Green and has painted for Rodney Gooch, DACOU Gallery Adelaide and Mbantua Gallery. Betty is sister to Barbara Weir.