15.05.15 by Staff

Henrietta Harris

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New Zealand artist Henrietta Harris creates some amazing and slightly surreal portraits using watercolour. Enjoy more of Harris’ work below.

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  • Georgina Altec

    Wow, fantastic!

  • Very nice works

    Loreal

  • Giacomo Gori

    great

  • The facial expressions are sublime, and we are only able to have a glimpse of the second face under the first. At first glance it’s the same as the first but what’s really going on with the second face that the first is covering. . . it’s only for each of us to know ourselves. Lovely work you!

    • Kimi

      Good point–I assumed the second would be the same as the first but we don’t really know.

  • Quite lovely





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