British artist Rosalind Wise creates fresh, lively large-scale paintings of gardens, meadows, and other scenes of natural beauty. Many of her works are inspired by the glorious garden borders found in the United Kingdom, particularly, she notes, those at Great Dixter designed by the late Christopher Lloyd: “I love the contrasts in colour and texture found there, and the vibrancy and energy experienced by being amongst the growing plants”—a vibrancy and energy that are beautifully expressed in the four paintings reproduced in this notecard selection.
Contains five each of the following notecards:
Garden Border with Inula, Orach, and Cranesbill
Garden Border with Lilies and Mullein
Garden Border with Salvia, Sea Hollies, and Lady’s Mantle