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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Edge of the World by Barbara Burns
Stained Glass Life by Barbara Burns
See and Accept Blessings by Barbara Burns
Heartbreak equals Bruises NOT tattoos by Barbara Burns
6 Winter Trees by Barbara Burns
Courage Honest Real by Barbara Burns
Choices We Make by Barbara Burns
Pastel Peaceful Feelings by Barbara Burns
Rainbow Fields of Glory by Barbara Burns
Snowy Mountain Dusk by Barbara Burns
Mermaid Hair by Barbara Burns
Lavendar Sea by Barbara Burns
Bad Hair Day Palm Tree by Barbara Burns
Joyous Dancing Palm Trees by Barbara Burns
The Flow by Barbara Burns
Going Ashore by Barbara Burns
Ghost Sisters Cove by Barbara Burns
Dandelion Coast by Barbara Burns
Arctic Melody by Barbara Burns
Swirls in Purple by Barbara Burns
Life Thorns by Barbara Burns
Purple Majesty by Barbara Burns
Guardian Sentinel by Barbara Burns
Palm Tree Ballet by Barbara Burns
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About Barbara Burns
I am an Iowa native who lived in the state about 40 years who then lived in Texas for the next 20 years. In November 2010, I moved to South Dakota. In August 2019, I moved to the Charlotte area of North Carolina.
I am a hobby photographer as well as both a Hobby Artist and a Professional Artist. I work in Watercolors, India Inks, Iridescent Inks and digital pixie-ons. I generally use 140 lb watercolor paper for my traditional artwork. I used to paint in oils but arthritis took that away from me .. digital painting returned that ability to me! I used to use Corel Painter but it has gotten too expensive for me to keep up with the yearly upgrades since I am retired and on a fixed income. I am getting ready to move so I have not yet decided on a new software program to use.
I love reading, learning new art techniques and learning more about already known to me techniques. Art is a growing, learning and social experience for me that never stops being fun for me. I enjoy meeting other artists and seeing the incredible artwork others create.
I am not as active in creating art for sale today  as I used to be BUT I am very slowly making progress towards creating more art again.