Mark Watts Artist, Inventor Bio: Mark attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City and Temple University, Tyler Campus in Philadelphia. He has been creating great works of art for the past 30 years. Now with two studios, one in the rolling hills of Bucks County Pennsylvania and one in Sunny South Florida. Mark has worked for clients such as Walt Disney, Budweiser, The Rolling Stones, Warner Brothers Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Sony, Tyco Toys, Crayola, William Morrow Publishing, and Avon Books – to name a few! Mark has produced many illustrations for popular toys such as the Hasbro Transformers kids toy boxes he produced about 45 Transformer Toy Boxes and the Tyco Toys Crash Dummies boxes. Some of his most recognizable book covers were made into movies: The Odessa File, Day of the Jackel, and The Dogs of War. He created the logo Illustration for the Clint Eastwood movie Pink Cadillac. Mark also has done many paintings for Budweiser that were produced on there Limited Edition Collector Car Steins. His work has been displayed in many shows around the country and also at the prestigious Society of Illustrators Club in New York City. Mark was a featured artist on the QVC Home Shopping television channel. He was invited to display his work for the past few years at the Antique Auto Museum Hershey Pa. - The event is Night At The Museum. Another exhibit, of his work “Reflections” at the Sunset Cultural Center in Carmel, California in 2013, the Week of Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Painting in acrylics, and digital airbrush, Mark captures the essence of reflective surfaces such as cars and water. Some of his favorite subjects are classic cars, nostalgic scenes and surreal Images. 3 Images of Mark Watts Art is Included in the Table-Art / But you can Customize your Table-Art with any Art Work on this site…Enjoy…Cheers…Mark Watts
Table-Art, Was invented and Patented by Mark Watts
This Idea for Table-Art was created when I was at my Daughter apartment in NYC she was living in a very small apartment she had no space for a coffee table or for a dining or desk table. So I came up with the idea of Wall Hanging Art that turns into a coffee table and also a desk or dinning table. I created a prototype that work well, although it needed some refinements. I thought what a useful great space saving concept so I researched the idea to see if a Patent exited, to my surprise no one had a patent on this concept and no product like this exited in the market place. I already had my drawings and a working prototype so I applied for a Patent and received a full patent in about 18 months. After about 15 prototypes we refined the product Table-Art to a streamlined very well constructed useful product. Weight 14 Lb it is sturdy enough to be a table yet not to heavy to lift and hang on a wall. Made out of quality materials anodized aluminum and stainless steel screws so the product will never rust. It is constructed so the art is fully interchangeable and ships with 3 pieces of art included but holds up to 4 pieces of art. 
I Just finished the Show for:
I did the Painting that was Auctioned off below is the Program Cover it was also this years Poster.
The Show went great ! I was the Featured Artist, and we got to meet Jay Leno and Tim Allan, some pictures below from the show! 
Some Fun Pictures below from the Show: