Author: Jonathan Mansfield

Ancestors Watching

Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas (framed). 50 cm x 50 cm. From my recent exhibition ‘Interbeing’ at The Pound arts centre, Corsham. £395 + PP. Please contact me to express and interest in this item.

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My Family Are Coming

Acrylic and oil pastel on board (framed). 43 cm x 35 cm. From my recent exhibition ‘Interbeing’ at The Pound arts centre, Corsham. £395 + PP. Please contact me to express and interest in this item.

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Day Meets Night

I finished this 1.5m x 1m canvas earlier last year without intending to sell it, however it’s here for anyone who might be interested. It’s unframed. Painted from the top of Alton Barnes hill looking West towards Devizes. Contact me to discuss. JM

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Storm covering everything *SOLD*

Today was wet and windy. Leaves and hawthorn flowers blowing everywhere. Everything in disaray. JM I’ve spent a little time getting back into observational painting: just so that I don’t lose the knack! I’ve been doing some small water colour sketches around the village where […]

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Hawthorn in flower along the hedgerows

I’ve spent a little time getting back into observational painting: just so that I don’t lose the knack! I’ve been doing some small water colour sketches around the village where my studio is; so I’ll post them on here. Contact me for info on any item.

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Sheltering under a tree

Well, it was wet but a lovely day painting again. Finished this little tree.JM I’ve spent a little time getting back into observational painting: just so that I don’t lose the knack! I’ve been doing some small water colour sketches around the village where my […]

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Storm approaching over the village

These little houses were pink/purple against the oncoming storm. JM I’ve spent a little time getting back into observational painting: just so that I don’t lose the knack! I’ve been doing some small water colour sketches around the village where my studio is; so I’ll post […]

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Fields with sarsen stones

There is a beautiful field behind our studio with sarsen stones and large trees. I like to spend time there imagining who/what has been there before. JM I’ve spent a little time getting back into observational painting: just so that I don’t lose the knack! I’ve […]

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