Recent Interview with Southwest Art Magazine

I was recently asked to share my process when creating an oil painting with Southwest Art Magazine. The article is My Process/My Portfolio. Several images were submitted for review ~ paints, brushes, studio set up, and the progression of a painting. This Lensbaby Fisheye lens makes the studio look much larger than it really is....

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    Little Landscape Studies

    I’ve been painting some small landscapes, studies, really. Enjoying the process of painting something other than a still life set up. These are a bit addictive, probably because they are quite simple. Just sharing some here.         I plan to continue with more for this series of little landscapes. Thank you for...

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      Karen Burns Fine Art Website

      In an effort to avoid confusion, I have opened a website exclusively for my oil paintings. This site will remain open to accommodate things on the photography side. I will, however, continue to show images of my artworks in the Portfolios Still Life and Landscapes. Should you have any questions please email me Karen@KarenBurnsPhoto.com Please...

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        Holiday Sale

        All paintings in the FINE ART PORTFOLIO All painting in the SMALL WORKS PORTFOLIO And all paintings on this SPECIAL SALE PAGE are included in this Holiday Sale. Purchase one painting and get the second one of equal or lesser value free. A great opportunity to own some original art! Just let me know which...

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        • Thank you to everyone who has followed along on my art journey and a special thanks to those who decided to Deck their Walls with my work.ReplyCancel

        The Goose-Neck Tea Kettle

        Sometimes you find a prop that just calls out to you. This goose-neck tea kettle was a great “find” even if I did pay a bit more than I usually pay when searching out props. One of my favorite things to paint is copper. Usually I attack metal with the palette knife but it is...

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          Based in Northern California, halfway between Lake Tahoe and San Francisco. I have transitioned from Still Life Photographer to Still Life Oil Painter. You can read about my journey on the About Page. Please see the Portfolio Galleries to view my work.

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