Description: When traveling, and at intervals throughout his career, non-objective painter James Burnett has taken breaks from abstraction and making large oil paintings returning to watercolor and to small-scale representational painting. In the 1960's, James Burnett spent time in Mexico learning watercolor painting techniques. In 2005, the artist returned to Mexico--a land he calls his spiritual home--and painted a series of views of Oaxaca. Seen with remarkable specificity, this Oaxaca Series watercolor entitled "Miscelanea" reads almost as a photograph from afar then, upon closer inspection, the painting dissolves into beautiful washes of color, light and rhythms. View detail. View more Oaxaca Series watercolors by James Burnett.|
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