The Beautiful Britain Series

A body of work inspired by my love of the British landscape, especially the few remaining pockets that have escaped modernisation. When immersed in these landscapes, there's a sense of historical ambiguity, the ancient hills and traditional architecture offering few clues as to which century one is in. My paintings aim to capture that ambiguity; The artistic style, the landscape itself and even the figures that populate them giving little indication as to the period they're portraying.

painting of Wainman's Pinnacle Cowling by Tim Wetherell
Wellington Square
painting of the dream garden at Dunster
painting of Minehead Bay
painting of Valley of Rocks by Tim Wetherell
Tim Wetherell, The letter in Conygar Woods
Showers over Bossington

House Commissions

If you have a property that you're particularly fond of, I'm happy to undertake a commission to paint it. Details can be found here.

painting of yorkshire stone house
painting of Edwardian house
painting of an Arts and Crafts house
painting of Edwardian house

Celestial Paintings

This is a body of work inspired by my life-long interest in astronomy and the cosmos. Since ancient times the sky has held a fascination for us humans, perhaps because it raises fundamental questions about our own existence and our place in the universe, so it's a outstanding subject for art. I've drawn stylistic influence from many sources ranging from Fragonard and the French Rococo to the eerie surrealism of Paul Delvaux.

Blood Moon - astronomy space painting
The Astronomy Picnic - astronomy space painting

The Comet - astronomy space painting
The Pleiades - astronomy space painting
La Luna - astronomy space painting
Transit of Venus painting by Tim Wetherell - astronomy space painting
The Swan Nebula - astronomy space painting
The Astronomer's wife - astronomy space painting
Venus in Conjunction - astronomy space painting

Other Works

The selection
avoiding the storm
Ophelia's Dream
Netherwood House
Princess Snobbypants
Made in China

Traditional oil paintings take at least six months to dry sufficiently for a first varnish coat and framing. Works marked NYFS (Not yet for sale) are currently drying but will be available soon either directly from me or via one of my gallery outlets. I'm happy to accept paypal so if you buy direct, you'll be protected by their buyer guarantee scheme. Reasonably priced prints of most works are also available.