Introducing the ‘Low Tides and Long Lanes’, the fourth of our Jo March greetings card collections. In ‘The Fossil Hunters’ we have a welcome splash of sea and sunlight, as two figures set off on what will doubtless be a bounteous ammonite hunt. In ‘Love Amongst the Haystacks’, Jo treats us to an unmistakably Marchesque landscape of rolling hills and fields piled high under a deep blue sky. For the eagle-eyed there are two figures here, too, with more secluded pursuits in mind. And finally, ‘Menadue’, an uncharacteristically subdued piece, which draws the eye and the viewer into the landscape, and the cottage on the left, and begs the question, ‘How come I don’t live there?’
Blank inside, so suitable for birthdays, anniversaries, and all occasions.
Dimensions: 178mm by 127mm (landscape).
Printed on 300gsm FSC approved Invercote card stock using high quality inks to retain the colours of the original image. Each card is supplied with a white laid envelope, so you can share them with friends and family.
We’re thrilled to welcome Jo March to the Rather Good Art fold. Jo lives in Cornwall, producing her unique and highly intriguing paintings, which are both uplifting, and frequently hint at partially visible stories emerging from her landscapes. More of Jo’s work can be seen at her website – https://www.jomarchart.com/ – where you can keep up to date with future exhibitions and also purchase some very reasonably priced prints.