Artist Jonathan Hood

Jam with Spoons

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £3250.00 / $4301.67
Size 92 x 101 cm
Ref 23260

3 take 5

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £2850.00 / $3772.24
Size 86 x 86 cm
Ref 23259

Fruit of the Gods (one of 5 a day)

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Abstract
Price £3250.00 / $4301.67
Size 105 x 85 cm
Ref 22484

Sea Level #2

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Abstract
Price £850.00 / $1125.05
Size 60 x 60 cm
Ref 22487

Fuel to Burn

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £2850.00 / $3772.24
Size 92 x 93 cm
Ref 23258

Breakfast

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £1850.00 / $2448.65
Size 76 x 76 cm
Ref 20207

Three Sisters

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil on board
Type Figure/Life
Price £1850.00 / $2448.65
Size 76 x 76 cm
Ref 20209

Three Revellers With Floating Lanterns

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £985.00 / $1303.74
Size 60 x 60 cm
Ref 18708

Dancing Under A New Moon

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil on board
Type Figure/Life
Price £1850.00 / $2448.65
Size 76 x 76 cm
Ref 20208

Juggler

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £575.00 / $761.07
Size 35 x 35 cm
Ref 21092

Game

Jonathan Hood

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £425.00 / $562.53
Size 28 x 30 cm
Ref 21093
Jonathan Hood was born in 1957 in Edinburgh, and grew up in Fife and Tayside. He was artistically trained at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee and at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. Jonathan became a full time painter in 1986, mostly working in watercolour and collage. He is a keen art teacher, regularly running children’s workshops as well as adult night-classes. In 2006, he conducted a collage and painting workshop in Morgan Academy, Dundee for the Racial Equality Commission enabling 2 school pupils to reach the final. Since 2006, Jonathan has also run the WASPS studio open weekend in Dundee. Currently, Jonathan is working mostly in oil, using bright colours and painting on board. He has been exhibiting regularly in galleries around the UK, and in Holland, France and Italy. Jonathan uses dramatic blocks of colour to create depth and texture within his works. His clever compositions create narratives through the interaction between figures, and the addition of carefully selected props to be interpreted by the viewer. It is a testament to his artistic skill that he can convey strong emotion with only the simplest of brushstrokes to represent facial features.