Nice to see a couple of greetings cards with different interpretations of a familiar icon. Both are by local artists, with prints are available on sale.
Nick Cudworth has this print on sale in his gallery in Walcot Street, Bath.
Kelston Round Hill 2 (thanks Su!) is by Nick Cudworth, who has a gallery in Walcot Street, Bath. His web site says:
Nick was commissioned by The Royal Mail to design a set of stamps for the Commonwealth Games which were on show at The Post Office Museum in Bath. In 1999 The National Portrait Gallery in London purchased a painting of film director Ken Loach for their permanent exhibition.
Nick opened his own gallery in London Street, (top end of Walcot Street) Bath in 1999 as an exhibition space and as a studio. He works in oil and pastel and is equally known for his landscape, still life and portraiture.
This print by Lynette Bower is available from her web site in a range of sizes.
Kelston Roundhill is a painting by Lynette Bower (thanks Aliya!). Lynette was born in Keynsham and has lived and worked in and around Bristol all her life. The Room 212 web site says:
A Science teacher by profession for over 20 years she has always had an interest in art and whenever possible experimented with different techniques. Her interest in botany (including at the microscopic level) and love of plants, beautiful gardens and landscapes has inspired her paintings. They are mostly created in acrylic on canvas in a style based loosely on pointillism.