by artist Jim Morris


Option One: Visit

You contact Jim Morris.


He visits your garden.


He makes a pen and ink drawing of

your chosen view.


Jim takes the drawing away


adds colour and detail.


The finished artwork is delivered to you.

Option Two: from Photographs

You contact Jim Morris.


E-mail him a photo or two of your garden.


He makes an ink and watercolour drawing

based on the photo(s).


The finished artwork is delivered to you.

Thank you so much for the beautiful picture...

It was the best Christmas present (my husband) has ever come up with, so many many thanks.


a work in progress...                                                             ...and the finished artwork

How much does it cost?

Prices start at £50

(all inclusive)

for a 254mm x 178mm (10inch x 7inch)

ink and colour wash drawing on watercolour paper



other sizes and formats are available

Yorkshire garden - from the client’s photograph

large (50cm x 20cm) panorama format - £80

Which gardens?

Jim is happy to come and draw in any garden

in the West Midlands


will travel further afield by arrangement.


You can e-mail photographs of your garden

from anywhere in the world.

e-mail Jim:

phone Jim:

0121 778 5695


The artwork is ideal for creating your own greetings cards,

personalised notepaper, gifts etc.

Discuss ideas and possibilities with Jim.


Jim Morris has a current CRB check

and will present this and his passport as I.D.

makes an ideal present ~ gift tokens available

Why not treat someone special to a Garden Artwork Gift Token?

Buy now -

and let them have the drawing done when they choose.

a Watford garden - from the client’s photographs

A4 (29.7cm x 21cm) format - £60

plan ahead

Gift Tokens delivered by First Class post

• click here for how to buy online for swift delivery •


or contact Jim

been given a Gift Token?


click here

for how to redeem your Token

a Solihull garden

large (50cm x 20cm) panorama format - £80

who’s Jim Morris?

Jim is best known as a freelance artworker.

Over the last 20 years or so

he has led hundreds of projects and workshops

in schools, community centres, art galleries and museums

in and around Birmingham


To find out more about this side of his work,

please visit:

click here

to view the Garden Artwork gallery



Exhibition of Limited Edition Prints by Jim Morris

The Tearoom - Sarehole Mill