Lynn Burnes Art

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About My Paintings

I am currently working in both oil and acrylic paints, and sometimes I incorporate paper or other materials (noted by "mixed media") for greater texture.  Each piece is varnished for long-lasting quality and UV protection.  Most works on paper are framed and ready to hang, and all paintings on canvas are ready to hang.  Sizes shown are height by width.


​Welcome to my website.  I hope you'll enjoy browsing these pages as much as I enjoy creating works of art.   

Inside a Black Hole (sold)

​24" x 18", acrylic on canvas

Night in Montreal 

36" x 48", acrylic on canvas

​Family Collection

​Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.

                           Plutarch, Greek 26-120 AD                


36 x 24", acrylic on canvas

Inner Necessity

30x24", acrylic on canvas

Dark Matter

18 x 24"

Oil and acrylic on canvas

Night in the Mountains

20 x 24", oil on canvas 


Color Wheel

20 x 24", oil on canvas

F&L Windows

36 x 36", acrylic on canvas


Blue Anywhere

24 x 24", acrylic on canvas

Blue Nowhere

36 x 36", acrylic on canvas

Hello and welcome!  Thank you for visiting my website.

I hope this year - 2021 - fulfills all of your dreams and aspirations!

While I may enter art shows periodically, I have retired from the business side of art. If you are with a Denver-area nonprofit organization, please visit the tab above called Paintings for Nonprofit Donation. I am happy to contribute a work for silent auction or other fundraiser. Check back from time to time as I will add new works as they become ready.  I would also like to offer many thanks to those who have supported my efforts over the years and especially to my amazing husband Don.

Sometimes people think that art is only about hanging pretty paintings on a wall. But for  most artists, and for me in particular, it is so much more than that. We like to observe nature wherever we go. We study its fundamental shapes and designs. We examine all of its colors,  we discover its ubiquitous natural patterns, and we ask questions about its purpose.  My definition of nature is comprehensive and includes all of the physical world around us on earth as well as the cosmos -- the stars, the planets, the solar system and the larger universe. Finding inspiration for a painting from these images is a joy.