Cards of Carshalton paintings and other local scenes by Jo Sharpe


It’s always very useful to have a stack of cards in stock isn’t it? Why not support your local artist and printing business by buying a set of  Jo’s art cards.

The set of 4 art cards depict some of Jo Sharpe’s favourite scenes within the London borough of Sutton . The cards may vary slightly but include paintings and botanical artworks s of scenes from  Oaks Park, Queen Mary’s Woods, The Downy sheep and Nonsuch Park, Carshalton Ponds and the lavender fields.

Should you have a preference, please write you choice when ordering and Jo will do her best to make your selection. The cards are £3 each to buy so buying a pack gives you a £2 saving. If you buy 2 packs, Jo throws in an extra card!


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Set of 4 cards of Carshalton paintings and other local scenes by Jo Sharpe.

These cards are paintings and botanical prints of some of Jo’s favourite artworks of her favourite local places to walk  dog Tilly.

Queen Mary’s Woods

Queen Mary’s Woods are situated in Carshalton Beeches and are a place I visit regularly on one my many walks.  They are particularly beautiful in the summer as SNCV have done a marvellous job by planting many species of wild flowers and grasses. For more info on SNCV (  Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers) please go to: Queen Mary’s Woods have inspired several other artworks. These are: Seed-heads gathered from Queen Mary’s Woods and The deer in Queen Mary’s Woods.

Oaks Park

Oaks park is situated on the chalky North Surrey Downs . It is about 10 minutes walk from my home and where my studio is so I have the pleasure of walking around it often.  It  is incredibly beautiful in the summer due to a beautiful summer meadow planted by the The Downlands Trust.

Nonsuch Meadow

It was easy for me to produce  a Surrey landscape painting of Nonsuch Park.  Nonsuch Park is such a beautiful park in the boroughs of Epsom and Ewell and the London borough of Sutton. It is one of my favourite walks a few miles away from where I live. Henry VIII  built Nonsuch Palace to use as his hunting lodge for the nearby Hampton Court in 1538. It provides me with much inspiration for my paintings including my ‘ Lone Tree at Nonsuch’.  It is a large park to walk around and recently I came across another part called Warren Farm. This part of the park is managed by The Woodland Trust. They have created a gorgeous meadow in the summer that has wild planting to attract wildlife.  

Mayfield Lavender

The Mayfield lavender farm is  located in Banstead (Woodmansterne), Surrey and very  popular visitor attraction throughout summer as you can wander through a sea of beautiful purple fields of organic lavender.

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The cards of Carshalton paintings are printed locally by STR Design and Print