Watercolor Still Life Series | J. Henderer Burns

Still life artist J. Henderer Burns explores her favorite subjects in limited series, building on past successes while seeking new challenges. It might be a series of elegant birds set against intricate patterns, a trio of paintings that capture the same windmill from radically different perspectives or an array of musical instruments.

Every subject she paints gains strength from her focus and clarity of purpose. The artist says she can’t imagine not painting and, in fact, describes painting in watercolor as “feeling like home.”

Learn more about J. Henderer Burns and her limited series of still life watercolor paintings in the February 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist.

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Bird Preening (watercolor on paper) by J. Henderer Burns

Bird Preening (watercolor on paper) by J. Henderer Burns

 

Broken Windmill (watercolor on paper, 22x15) by J. Henderer Burns

Broken Windmill (watercolor on paper, 22×15) by J. Henderer Burns

 

Standby Position (watercolor on paper) by J. Henderer Burns

Standby Position (watercolor on paper) by J. Henderer Burns

 


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