Jonathan Ralston

Jonathan Ralston

Artwork

Jonathan Ralston
Working with architectural references from all over the world he is fascinated by the bonds that we have with our surroundings. He is continuously exploring our interactions with architecture, both classical and modern structures, and how our own emotions influence our responses. “I try and distill from the architectural scene a small section which to me defines the whole space. It is these cropped sections that hold the emotional content.” Through many thin layers of oil he pays homage to the Dutch and Flemish masters, especially Rembrandt; who could spend up to five years developing a painting, allowing the image to emerge slowly. Travel abroad has allowed him to explore these spaces personally and allow their unique and individual moods to dictate the paintings.
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Artist
Broken Corbel
Jonathan Ralston

Broken Corbel

Oil on Canvas

36 x 24 in

Ringling Column
Jonathan Ralston

Ringling Column

Oil On Canvas

40 x 60 in

Fallen Collumn
Jonathan Ralston

Fallen Collumn

Oil on Panel

12 x 16 in

Versailles III
Jonathan Ralston

Versailles III

Oil on Panel

40 x 46 in

Stairwell V
Jonathan Ralston

Stairwell V

Oil on Canvas

24 x 18 in

Whaling Church III
Jonathan Ralston

Whaling Church III

Oil on Canvas

16 x 20 in

Ringling Bridge III
Jonathan Ralston

Ringling Bridge III

Oil On Canvas

20 x 30 in

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