It's (probably) impossible to visit Savannah, Georgia and not be captivated by the azaleas and beautiful romantic canopies of oak trees, and I painted this image of one of my favorite spots in Bonaventure Cemetery (made famous by "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil").
One of the most notable and visited monuments in the cemetery is of Corinne Elliott Lawton, born in 1846 and died in 1877. Her epitaph reads, “Allured to brighter worlds and led the way.” What draws people to Corinne is the beauty of her lifelike sculpture and the powerful sadness depicted within.
Bonaventure Cemetery, Corinne Lawton - Blank Card
A blank card of my original illustration. Keep a few on hand for whenever you need to send a handwritten "thanks," "happy birthday," or "hang in there" note! :)
What you'll get:
• One A2 card (5.5" x 4.25")
• Blank inside
• Giclee-quality - I print and assemble everything, using an Epson printer with archival inks on matte card stock.
• Paired with a Kraft Envelope
• Packaged in a clear cello sleeve