|About the Artist, Jo Henning Narron
Jo Henning was born with a passion to create art, so
much so that she ate crayons as a child. Though the
crayons made her sick, they did not diminish her love
for the creative process. She earned a Bachelors and
a Masters degree in art and has been creating artwork
See Jo's work on this page. For more information
about Jo's paintings, call 660-429-0111.
|Jo Henning Narron
|Oak Tree Dream
Rat Dog Bag Dog
|Summer Kitchen at Watkin's Mill
|Osage River Tree
|Original Painting on Wood Ironing
Board, 55" board, overall 62", 15" wide
" Nesting in the Laundry Basket"
|The Hanging, Corder Missouri Bank
|Scary Crow, Missouri Town
|Window Box at Poultney, Vermont
|If Walls Could Talk
I found one piece of wall paper out of an
old abandoned roofless house. How in the
world did one little piece of wall paper
survive? My son named this painting.
Painted at a Warrensburg garden
Oil on canvas
|Carl Kleeman, The Shoe Maker
|Bourbon County Kansas
by Jo Henning Narron
$8.00 plus shipping
Oil painting with acrylic background.
Enjoying the fruits of my labor made
painting the beautiful canned jars of
the different shapes, colors and
texture an interesting challenge.
The eggs need a little warmth to hatch and
when someone sits on the stool, they are
own your own nest egg in original art?
Approx. 24 1/2" tall, 12" Wide
|Lion's Lake La Goose
Acrylic on sign board
16" x 20"
$350.00 plus shipping
|Chicks & Hens
Oil on Board
The oval shapes and the poultry related items are the theme for this painting. It
took some time to arrange things to get it just where I wanted.
|Just a Peek
Acrylic sign paint on sign board.
Outdoor art. Warrensburg, Missouri
|Wrapped in Lights
Pen & Ink on paper
|The Birth of Reddy Kilowatt
I remember Reddy when I was a child
and electric was in its infancy. I
planned a Pop Art style painting and
instead of using Marilyn or Elvis like
Andy, I used Reddy! Sold it at its first
showing. I hope he has a happy home
and now is the light of someone's life!
|What Shall I Wear?
|I sketched this tree on the corner of H
Odessa, MO. The day was hazy and
the tree stood alone in the pasture.
|The Old Tavern in Arrow Rock, MO
Painted plain air during the fall festival
|Old Drum the Engineer Public Arts Project
Warrensburg, Missouri Depot on one side, Union Pacific Train on the other side, and Union Pacific Logo on front of dog.
Small minature painting of Sheep in Old Drum's eyes.
Jo Henning Narron
Mounted on vintage trunk and wagon.
If interested, please call as this piece will ship by freight or could be picked up at the gallery, call 660-429-0111
|Watercolor Still Life of Flowers
|The Old Hart's Café
12" x 16" Acrylic
10" x 20"
|All works are Original and rights are
reserved by the artist.