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Eilean Donan Castle

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Eilean Donan Castle
Item number: JWH001

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. This print shows what is probably one of the most iconic images of Scotland, Eilean Donan is recognised all over the world. The castle is situated on an island where three great sea lochs meet on the west coast of Scotland by the picturesque village of Dornie, and is surrounded by some majestic scenary, it has become one of the most important attractions in the Scottish Highlands.
First built in the 13th century, it has been re-built at least four times since then. Partially destroyed in 1719, Eilean Donan lay in ruins for nearly 200 years before being restored and re-opened in 1932.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Eilean Donan Castle

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Eilean Donan Castle
Item number: JWH001

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. This print shows what is probably one of the most iconic images of Scotland, Eilean Donan is recognised all over the world. The castle is situated on an island where three great sea lochs meet on the west coast of Scotland by the picturesque village of Dornie, and is surrounded by some majestic scenary, it has become one of the most important attractions in the Scottish Highlands.
First built in the 13th century, it has been re-built at least four times since then. Partially destroyed in 1719, Eilean Donan lay in ruins for nearly 200 years before being restored and re-opened in 1932.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Edinburgh Castle

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Edinburgh Castle
Item number: JWH002

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. This print shows what is probably one of the most iconic images of Scotland, Edinburgh Castle is recognised all over the world. The castle is an historic fortress which dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh from its position on Castle Rock.
There has been a royal castle on the rock since the 12th century, and continued as a royal residence until 1603 when its main function became a solely a military one. From the 19th century onwards the castle has undergone a continuing programme of restoration.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Edinburgh Castle

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Edinburgh Castle
Item number: JWH002

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. This print shows what is probably one of the most iconic images of Scotland, Edinburgh Castle is recognised all over the world. The castle is an historic fortress which dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh from its position on Castle Rock.
There has been a royal castle on the rock since the 12th century, and continued as a royal residence until 1603 when its main function became a solely a military one. From the 19th century onwards the castle has undergone a continuing programme of restoration.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Moray Firth Sunset

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Moray Firth Sunset
Item number: JWH005

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. This print shows a sunseting behind the lighthouse at Chanory Point on the Moray Firth. The Moray Firth is the largest firth in Scotland, and has over 500 miles of coastline stretching north from Inverness to the North Sea.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Moray Firth Sunset

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Moray Firth Sunset
Item number: JWH005

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. This print shows a sunseting behind the lighthouse at Chanory Point on the Moray Firth. The Moray Firth is the largest firth in Scotland, and has over 500 miles of coastline stretching north from Inverness to the North Sea.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Cullins at Dusk, Isle of Skye

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Cullins at Dusk, Isle of Skye
Item number: JWH010

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. The Cullins are a range of spectacular rocky mountains on the Isle of Skye, dominating the skyline for miles around. The summits are bare rock, jagged in outline and with steep cliffs and deep cut corries and gullies. The keen hill walker can access most of the individual peaks by their easiest routes, there are twelve Munros to be 'bagged' here.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Cullins at Dusk, Isle of Skye

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 22 x 12.5 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Cullins at Dusk, Isle of Skye
Item number: JWH010

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. The Cullins are a range of spectacular rocky mountains on the Isle of Skye, dominating the skyline for miles around. The summits are bare rock, jagged in outline and with steep cliffs and deep cut corries and gullies. The keen hill walker can access most of the individual peaks by their easiest routes, there are twelve Munros to be 'bagged' here.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 22 x 12.5 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 18 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness
Item number: JWH003

 

Description

 A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Urquhart Castle sits beside Loch Ness in the highlands of Scotland. The present ruins date from from between the 13th and 16th centuries, though built on the site of a medieval fortification. The castle has had a varied history throughout various wars and disputes in Scotland, it was partially destroyed and abandoned in the late 1600's. It was rescued from total decay in the 20th century, and opened by the state to visitors and has become one of the most visited castles in Scotland.

This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 18 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

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Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 18 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness
Item number: JWH003

 

Description

 A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Urquhart Castle sits beside Loch Ness in the highlands of Scotland. The present ruins date from from between the 13th and 16th centuries, though built on the site of a medieval fortification. The castle has had a varied history throughout various wars and disputes in Scotland, it was partially destroyed and abandoned in the late 1600's. It was rescued from total decay in the 20th century, and opened by the state to visitors and has become one of the most visited castles in Scotland.

This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 18 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 


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Glen Coe, The Three Sisters at Dusk

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Glen Coe, The Three Sisters at Dusk
Item number: JWH006

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Glen Coe is a beautiful glen, regarded by many as one of the most spectacular places in Scotland. The River Coe runs along the length of the glen, a place now known for the landscape and hill walking, it has a darker past and was the scene for the infamous massacre of Glencoe in 1692.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Glen Coe, The Three Sisters at Dusk

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Glen Coe, The Three Sisters at Dusk
Item number: JWH006

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Glen Coe is a beautiful glen, regarded by many as one of the most spectacular places in Scotland. The River Coe runs along the length of the glen, a place now known for the landscape and hill walking, it has a darker past and was the scene for the infamous massacre of Glencoe in 1692.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Craigellachie Bridge, River Spey

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Craigellachie Bridge, River Spey
Item number: JWH007

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Craigellachie Bridge is an impressive sight, spanning the River Spey at a beautiful point near the village of Aberlour in Speyside. It was designed by the renowned civil engineer Thomas Telford and built between 1812 and 1814. The bridge is still in good condition, it is open to pedestrians and cyclists, but was closed to traffic in 1972.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Craigellachie Bridge, River Spey

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Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Craigellachie Bridge, River Spey
Item number: JWH007

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Craigellachie Bridge is an impressive sight, spanning the River Spey at a beautiful point near the village of Aberlour in Speyside. It was designed by the renowned civil engineer Thomas Telford and built between 1812 and 1814. The bridge is still in good condition, it is open to pedestrians and cyclists, but was closed to traffic in 1972.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Scots Pine, Glen Affric

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 18 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Scots Pine, Glen Affric
Item number: JWH004

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Glen Affric is a beautiful glen some 15 miles west of Loch Ness famed for it's outstanding natural landscape. The River Affric runs along the length of the glen, passing through Loch Affric and Loch Beinn.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 18 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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Scots Pine, Glen Affric

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 18 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: Scots Pine, Glen Affric
Item number: JWH004

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. Glen Affric is a beautiful glen some 15 miles west of Loch Ness famed for it's outstanding natural landscape. The River Affric runs along the length of the glen, passing through Loch Affric and Loch Beinn.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 18 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 14 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye
Item number: JWH008

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. The Old Man of Storr is one of the Isle of Skye's most famous landmarks, a rocky pinnacle that is visible from miles around. It stands proudly overlooking the Sound of Raasay, the islands of Rona and Raasay and across to the mainland. This spectacular vantage point is accessible on foot via a well-trodden path. One legend tells of an old man and his wife being turned to stone while fleeing from giants, and the old man remains to this day.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 14 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 14 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye
Item number: JWH008

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. The Old Man of Storr is one of the Isle of Skye's most famous landmarks, a rocky pinnacle that is visible from miles around. It stands proudly overlooking the Sound of Raasay, the islands of Rona and Raasay and across to the mainland. This spectacular vantage point is accessible on foot via a well-trodden path. One legend tells of an old man and his wife being turned to stone while fleeing from giants, and the old man remains to this day.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 14 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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The River Divie at Randolph's Leap

Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: The River Divie at Randolph's Leap
Item number: JWH009

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. The River Divie is the tributary of the River Findhorn in beautiful Moray in Scotland. It flows into the Findhorn just below Randolph's Leap at Logie, the leap is so named because of the sight of the salmon leaping the river to return to their spawning grounds of the River Divie.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 

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The River Divie at Randolph's Leap

£79.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Jonathan Wheeler
Medium: Print from original watercolour painting
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Style: Contemporary
Title: The River Divie at Randolph's Leap
Item number: JWH009

 

Description
A giclee print from an original watercolour painting. The River Divie is the tributary of the River Findhorn in beautiful Moray in Scotland. It flows into the Findhorn just below Randolph's Leap at Logie, the leap is so named because of the sight of the salmon leaping the river to return to their spawning grounds of the River Divie.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented mounted in a textured antique white mount ready for framing, the overall size is 20 x 16 inches. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £69.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist

Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

 

 

 


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Jonathan has made a full-time profession of his very vivid style of art, constantly finding new ways to express his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage through his chosen medium of watercolour. He is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings.

He was born in Lancashire in 1958 and lived in Australia, Brazil and different parts of the United Kingdom before settling down to live in the Highlands, having built an ecological house at Findhorn in Moray.

He studied Physics at Oxford and had a professional career in industry for 20 years. A musician since his childhood, with a classical background, he now enjoys playing saxophone and has recorded two albums.

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