Jonathan Shearer

coire nan lochan study II
£255.00
sgurr fiona, anteallach
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spring snow, beinn eighe
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tidal surge
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skye and the sound of sleet
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tower ridge
£245.00
winter ascent, file mountain
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winter bright late january
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stob ban, mamores
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on loch scavaig, isle of skye
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winter shadows february
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tidal swell, oldeshoremore
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february in assynt
£1,250.00
stob coire nan lochan study I
£655.00
on the saddle, forcan ridge, kintail
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sun after the rain, glen affric, october
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on the arete to ben nevis
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december light on beinn eighe
£2,250.00
wild wind shandwick bay
£2,750.00
tower ridge, ben nevis
£2,750.00
shandwick bay surf
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Fast Water, Falls of Balgy
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An Teallach Illumination
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Cullins from Loch Scavaig
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Blaven from Loch Slapin
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Atlantic Swell Sandwood Bay
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A Study Into the Movement of Water
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On the Ridge
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The Approach
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Jonathan Shearer
Jonathan Shearer

Through a process of walking, drawing and painting directly in the highland landscape and working repeatedly in different places chosen and revisited many times Jonathan Shearer has developed an intimate connection with the wild places of Scotland.

"My paintings are concerned with trying to convey the sensation of being immersed in the landscape, the wind in your face, the soft bogginess of the moor beneath your feet, the clouds enveloping the mountain. The sheer exhilaration of wild places.

In the landscape I work on small oil paintings on board. Back in the studio I use them to develop larger paintings. Working quickly on several paintings at a time allows the changing light, ebb and flow of the tide and the elusive mood of the landscape to set the pace.

I hope to convey the changing seasons in the highlands. The hue of the earth through wet and dry days, the gathering and fleeting clouds working their dramatic transformation on the mountains, the play of the elements in the wild places."

Jonathan Shearer
Jonathan Shearer

Through a process of walking, drawing and painting directly in the highland landscape and working repeatedly in different places chosen and revisited many times Jonathan Shearer has developed an intimate connection with the wild places of Scotland.

"My paintings are concerned with trying to convey the sensation of being immersed in the landscape, the wind in your face, the soft bogginess of the moor beneath your feet, the clouds enveloping the mountain. The sheer exhilaration of wild places.

In the landscape I work on small oil paintings on board. Back in the studio I use them to develop larger paintings. Working quickly on several paintings at a time allows the changing light, ebb and flow of the tide and the elusive mood of the landscape to set the pace.

I hope to convey the changing seasons in the highlands. The hue of the earth through wet and dry days, the gathering and fleeting clouds working their dramatic transformation on the mountains, the play of the elements in the wild places."