Barn Swallows: Slicing Through the Air Card
Missoula, Montana | EST. 2000
Claire Emery is an Artist, Naturalist and Explorer based in the mountains of Missoula, Montana. Spirited, bold, and colorful, her woodblock prints convey the vitality of life lived close to nature and outdoors as much as possible. The wild and working landscapes of western Montana have been her home and studio for 30 years.
Her creative business started in 2000 in the Northern Rockies with a field journal in hand where she sketched and wrote about the marvels of nature. These field sketches become the springboard for exquisitely carved, hand-colored woodblock prints which are the foundation for all of her products today.
Printed on 100% recycled paper in Missoula, Montana. Size: A2 /4.25” x 5.5” Blank Inside
Quote & Text on back of the card: "To those who have not yet learned the secret of true happiness begin now to study the little things in your own dooryard." -George Washington Carver, American agricultural scientist, painter, and educator (1864-1943)