Mary Azarian Greeting Cards

A handwritten note, on good paper and contained in a classy envelope, says something about the sender and is more welcomed, absorbed, and remembered than an e-mail. This box of twelve cards, containing six images per box and printed in two colors, features one of six different images from A Farmer’s Alphabet, selected from among our favorites: Apple, Dog, Farm, Jump, Neighbor, and (well, who could resist it?) Underwear. The inside is blank—ready for your message.

  • Twelve cards in a clear-topped box with matching envelopes
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Mary Azarian grew up on a small farm in Virginia, where she had horses, rabbits and chickens. After graduating from Smith College, where she studied printmaking with Leonard Baskin, she married and moved to a farm in northern Vermont. There she taught for four years in one of the last one-room schoolhouses in the state. She has been a full-time printmaker since 1969. Her illustrated books include Kneeling Orion by the poet, Kate Barnes, The Tale of John Barleycorn, and A Farmer's Alphabet.