David H Jones’ paintings explore the nourishing and energising properties of colour. His repetitive application of mark making and washes create textured surfaces with a depth and richness of colour to lift your spirits. His inspiration comes from nature's palette, with observations of colour contrasts as the seasons change.

David studied Fine Art Painting at the West of England College of Art, Bristol. His Tutors included Paul Feiler, David Inshaw, Alfred Stockham, Hassel Smith and visiting tutor Terry Frost. David’s roots are in Merseyside, where he studied Art Foundation at Wallasey School of Art. He lives and works in Lambourn with a studio overlooking the Lambourn Downs.

David grew up on the Wirral and spent his childhood exploring the countryside, fascinated by nature and closely observing pond life and birds Although as a child he also loved painting, his first ambition was to be an ornithologist. but in his early teens he visited the Walker Art Gallery