'Maligne Lake, Alberta' was inspired by a visit to Jasper National Park in Canada. This is one of Jonathan's largest paintings and features misty mountains, atmospheric skies and still reflective waters.
Jonathan seeks to produce peaceful and captivating paintings that channel the atmosphere and energy in each scene. He works predominantly with oils using a refined technique that combines subtle tonal blending with expressionistic bursts of colour and texture to emulate the ethereal qualities of light.
Jonathan’s paintings have been widely exhibited and are housed in private collections around the world.
Recent exhibitions include: Kendall’s Fine Art, Cowes; Signet Contemporary Art, Chelsea (2021), The Auction Collective ‘Spring Auction’ (2020), SCOR Global reinsurance, City of London; Proud Galleries, Stanmer House Brighton (2019), The Auction Collective ‘Sea Fever’; Signet Gallery, ‘Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend’, GX Gallery 'Forty by Forty’; Proud Galleries, Stanmer House, East Sussex; Lloyd’s of London Autumn Exhibition ; GX Gallery ‘Landscapes’, The Gherkin, London (2018)