Originally the family home of renowned garden writer Christopher Lloyd who both created and curated it throughout his lifetime, Great Dixter in East Sussex is one of Englands most admired gardens. Since Lloyds death in 2006, Dixter has been run as a charitable trust, overseen by his protege, head gardener Fergus Garrett. Portraying the garden throughout it's four seasons - whether on a fine spring morning or a rainy day in mid - November - for the past year I have chronicled Great Dixter's character and daily life, the cycle of growth and decay, rebirth and evolution in this wonderful world renowned garden.
The project is being serialised in Rakes Progress magazine over a whole year.
PRINT SALE - Prints from the project are available to purchase in 3 sizes - 6 x 8 £35, 10 x 12 £75, 12 x 16 £100 from the colour work, each print is signed and printed on archival matt paper. They are also available as a boxed set of 10 at £350, £750 and £1000 respectively. The hand tool portraits are available as 5 x 7 silver bromide prints each hand made by Julian in his darkroom and signed at £50 each. They are also available as a set of 5 at £250.