My large colour linocut of the front of the house at Great Dixter in East Sussex as a greetings card.
The card is 7″ by 5″ or 178mm high by 127mm wide portrait format with the fold on the long side. The image does not go right to the edge of the front side but has a narrow white border. The card comes with diamond flap white envelope and clear cellophane sleeve. The card weight is 300gsm and is blank inside for your own message. Postage is by Royal Mail first class and is free for UK customers.
It would also look good framed!
Great Dixter is famous for its gardens, chock full of pollinator-friendly flowers and fruit trees – a very English heaven in spring, summer or autumn. The style is cottage garden with just a few more formal sections. Great Dixter was also one of the pioneers of flower meadows – encouraging wild flowers back onto one of their lawns – a beautiful sight in the summer.
It was the family home of gardener and gardening writer Christopher Lloyd, and is close to where I live in Hastings. I hope to feature the gardens in more detail in a future linocut.
If you like this card, you may also like another Sussex scene – Lillies at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton.