Here are a few ink and wash sketches done on. sample paper from St Cuthbert's Mill, makers of my favourite watercolour paper. A mix of Waterford (the best), Millford and Bockingford. The ink was applied with a bamboo kebab skewer which is enormous fun to use.
Recently, I was contacted by Sarah Hornshaw, owner of the Hornshaw Gallery, with a view to selling and showing my paintings. Sarah created the gallery in 2012 primarily to promote emerging artists. We might infer that this would preclude a watercolorist of four years in his early fifties, but not so. Within the first month I had made a sale, followed by two more at a group exhibition in a gallery at Marylebone. Most pleasing, and a pattern which I hope continues. To read more about the Hornshaw gallery, click here.
The two paintings below are framed and for sale
Henry Jones Artist
Working predominantly in watercolour and associated media, from life, and in my studio from sketches. This site displays a small selection of work, some is for sale, others already sold. If you'd like to enquire about a sale or commission, please contact me here for a quick reply.
Gallery 17, Beckenham
A small selection of my work can be seen at Gallery 17, Beckenham. As well as selling original art and prints, they offer a first class framing service.
A2 Gallery, Wells
If you're visiting Wells, couple of my paintings can be seen at the A2 Gallery. www.a2gallery.co.uk