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Mary Casserley - Artist
Paintings of the Chilterns
2014 - 2019
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A selection of Mary`s greetings cards can be found at:

• Berkhamsted Imaging
• Fancy That, Tring
• JPS Stationers Chesham
• House Of Elliot Old Hemel
All framed/unframed prints are for sale/to order from Berkhamsted Imaging, Berkhamsted High Street (Next to Dickmans Chemist). Also Available as canvas prints any size.
Whipsnade Tree cathedral
Ashridge Chilterns Whipsnade
Edmund Blyth planted the Tree Cathedral in 1923 as a way to commemorate friends he had lost while serving as an infantryman in the First World war. He based his plan on a Mediaeval Cathedral, with cloisters of and a high altar of trees. My painting shows the nave of lime trees. Blyth wanted his cathedral to represent hope for the future ad used species such as the Cedar of Lebanon to represent international peace. The site is owned and managed by the National Trust, and is free to visit.
"Prints are professionally printed on Kodak Royal digital silver Halide paper at the highest quality. Each print will be signed and titled by me, delivered rolled in a tube/flat with protective card depending on size ready to be framed with or without a mount in a frame of your choice."
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