Watercolour Flower Paintings by Emma Burnett

Watercolour Flower Paintings epitomise the english garden in summer.  The translucence of watercolour portrays the softness of a flower petal like no other medium.  My love of painting flowers began three decades ago when I learned how to paint with the lovely Anne Marie Evans.  I was so lucky to have her as a teacher.  She was awarded an MBE in 2015 for her services to Botanical Art and Education.  Since then my own style has developed into a more loose and free style that I feel reflects how we see flowers when we look at a garden.  The training I received though means that flowers make sense.  Those who do classes with me know that we always talk about junction points and closely observing a flower to see how it is constructed.

The paintings below are available to purchase.  They can be posted in the UK at a cost of £15 or do come and visit us at Bradness Gallery.  Paintings are not mounted and are unframed so that you can choose these yourself.  They are all painted on the beautiful Fabriano Artistico paper which is 640 grams thick.  This means they lie flat and only need a tiny amount to tuck under the mount.  Do get in touch if you have any questions.  I have tried my best to represent the colours realistically but please bear in mind that all computer monitors display differently so the original paintings may differ from how you see them on a screen.