Jill E. Poyerd
Leesburg, Virginia

Jill E Poyerd brings “peaceful, contemplative moments” to life on the canvas. She approaches the canvas with little preparation, instead allowing herself total freedom to create. Both her watercolor and oil painting works depict gorgeous scenes of nature with a style distinctly her own. Something as common as a tree appears soft and ethereal through Jill’s painterly style. Fun fact: she’s quite a history buff and loves reading historical biographies.

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Illumination
20" x 28" , watercolor painting
$1,700

Mountain Perspective
18" x 28" , watercolor painting
$1,600

Gateway to the Canyons
20" x 30" , oil painting
$1,400


Aspens Overwintered
23" x 15" , watercolor painting
$1,175

Mountain Range I
15" x 23" , watercolor painting
$1,275

Backcountry Glade
16" x 25" , watercolor painting
$1,300


Autumn Grandeur
16" x 24" , watercolor painting
$1,275

Late Afternoon Meadow
15" x 30" , oil painting
$1,600

Canyon Approach
16" x 12" , oil painting
$600


Red Mountain Creek: Toxic Beauty?
15" x 22" , watercolor painting
$1,275

Approaching Storm
12" x 27" , watercolor painting
$725


Aging with Dignity
20" x 26" , watercolor painting
$1,800

Mountain Range II (B)
18" x 27" , watercolor painting
$1,300

Still Waters
15" x 22" , watercolor painting
$1,500


Spring Grandeur
16" x 24" , watercolor painting
$1,325

Nature's Palette
20" x 30" , oil painting
$2,000

Blue Meadow
15" x 21" , watercolor painting
$1,075


Evening Along the Potomac
14" x 28" , watercolor painting
$1,100

King of the Hill
16" x 27" , watercolor painting
$1,100

Red Bridge
24" x 18" , oil painting
$1,575


Artist and Customer Comments


Jill E. Poyerd 11/14/2016 | 9:12 AM

I'm so pleased to hear how much you enjoy the painting, M Dawson! I stumbled upon that tree while taking a long walk one afternoon, and was absolutely struck by its beautiful lines and structure. It was a joy to paint.

commentsAging with Dignity
M Dawson purchased this artwork. 11/12/2016 | 10:51 PM

I just received "The Aging with Dignity " painting.It's absolutely beautiful! I have my eye on another one of your paintings--hopefully,will soon be able to buy that one also

Jill E. Poyerd 10/5/2016 | 3:14 PM

One of my watercolor paintings will be part of the prestigious Root to Bloom juried exhibition being held at Principle Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, from November 11th through December 9th.

M Geyer 4/22/2016 | 12:23 PM

I just received a fantastic painting from Jill Poyerd - "Mountain Range II". I was a bit nervous purchsing a panting online, but this painting me all my expectations. Beautiful and excellent quality. Perfect shipping and receiving in excellent condition. Am very, very happy with my purchase. S Geyer

Jill E. Poyerd 1/5/2015 | 10:02 AM

Thank you, J Dunster...Very appreciated.

commentsBend in the Canal
J Dunster 12/20/2014 | 6:09 PM

Beautiful work!

Jill E. Poyerd 11/10/2014 | 3:07 PM

Today’s professional-grade paints and papers (which is all I use) are rigorously tested for lightfastness (aka how they resist fading under normal circumstances). A professionally painted watercolor framed with UV-filtering glass or acrylic should last for many generations without deterioration. My Products: Typically, I paint my watercolors on Arches 300lb cold-pressed 100% rag watercolor paper, a paper that’s been in production in France since 1492. This paper is designed to meet gallery and museum longevity requirements. In fact, most professional-grade watercolor papers reflect the same high quality. In addition, I personally make it a point to only select paints that meet the highest lightfast ratings within each brand, meaning the color should remain unchanged for over 200 years. Of course, any work of art or valuable document should be kept out of direct sunlight due to the bleaching power of direct light beams.

Jill E. Poyerd 9/5/2014 | 3:03 PM

Thank you, M. Stanton. Very kind of you...

M Stanton 9/2/2014 | 8:24 PM

Just Gorgeous! You have such a gift! A delight to the eye!

Jill E. Poyerd 8/20/2014 | 5:37 PM

Over the weekend, I visited the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in order to see their special exhibit on Andrew Wyeth - one of my favorite artists. Every time I visit an art museum, it occurs to me that in addition to archaeology and written text, artists have had a prominent role in teaching us about the past. Through historical paintings, we gain insight into prior culture and customs. Little did they know how much their work would impact future generations.

Jill E. Poyerd 8/8/2014 | 4:52 PM

Y Durr, I’m so glad it’s safely in your possession and that you’re pleased with the piece. My husband and I occasionally pass that tree on our evening walks. Whenever we do, I continue to be struck by its size and how it towers over us. What a pleasure it was to paint it. Again, I’m so pleased that you enjoy it.

Y Durr 8/8/2014 | 12:28 AM

We just received the painting and it's beautiful as it was pictured online. You're clearly a very skilled artist. Looking forward to getting this framed. Thank you!

Jill E. Poyerd 7/17/2014 | 7:01 PM

Did you know that professional watercolor paintings are extremely archival? Many people don’t realize that today’s professional-grade paints and papers (which is all I use) are rigorously tested for lightfastness (aka how they resist fading under normal circumstances). A professionally painted watercolor framed with UV-filtering glass or acrylic should last for many generations without deterioration. My Products: Typically, I paint my watercolors on Arches 300lb cold-pressed 100% rag watercolor paper, a paper that’s been in production in France since 1492. This paper is designed to meet gallery and museum longevity requirements. In fact, most professional-grade watercolor papers reflect the same high quality. In addition, I personally make it a point to only select paints that meet the highest lightfast ratings within each brand, meaning the color should remain unchanged for over 200 years. Of course, any work of art or valuable document should be kept out of direct sunlight due to the bleaching power of direct light beams.

Jill E. Poyerd 7/11/2014 | 7:26 PM

SummerGirl, your message is a nice way to start things off for me on UGallery - thank you!

summergirl 7/10/2014 | 6:04 PM

I'm very impressed with this artist's work. Will follow her and hope to purchase one of her paintings in the near future.