Jonathan Peter Smith is a Worthing-based abstract-landscape painter who creates “abstract feasts for the eyes” which are inspired by his experiences in urban, natural, and interior places.

Through his use of colour and texture, his paintings evoke a sense of time and place: lush airy landscapes, ancient cities, beautiful old weathered walls, crumbled ruins, and more.

Jonathan explains, “I want my paintings to look as if they have grown organically having a life of their own and so I use improvisation in the process.”

Jonathan was taught by the greatly acclaimed artists Stewart Geddes PRWA in Worthing and the late great Stass Paraskos in the Cyprus College of Art. He sells art all over Britain and Europe, with several collectors in Worthing, and won the prestigious Royal Society of British Artists Rome Scholarship Award in 2004.

Visit his website to browse or purchase his work.

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