A pretty corner of Market Square, Stow.
Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town, sitting on the Fosseway – the old Roman Road which traverses the Cotswolds from South to North. Situated at around 700 feet above sea level, Stow is one of the higher points in the Cotswolds. Made wealthy through the wool trade, it was famous for its fairs where sheep sales could reach as high as 20,000 in a day.
Nowadays, it is more famous for its art galleries and antique shops though a good range of pubs and eating houses also draw the visitors.
All our cards are original designs and limited editions. Many are painted as digital designs directly onto an iPad. Others are from photographs taken during walks around the Cotswolds. They aim to portray life in the Cotswolds through the four seasons. The rest come from some of our favourite visits overseas.
Our cards are all designed and printed by local Cotswold photographer and artist Martin Purches