Archive for March, 2014

Kodak by K Henderson

March 31, 2014

Kodak by K Henderson

Kodak, 20 x 20, oil on linen

 My father was an enthusiastic amateur photographer starting his hobby back when he was a kid. I have many of his camera. These vintage cameras are a work of art on their own and I can’t believe I’ve never used one in a painting.

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Flight of the Bumble Bee

March 26, 2014
Flight of the Bumble Beeby K Henderson
Flight of the Bumble Bee, 12 x 12. oil on cradled board

Yes, I know these are Honey Bees and not Bumble Bees but I like the title. And it fits in my my current Flight Themed paintings.

My favorite playing cards are the Jokers because they are so varied and this one with the bee is one of my favorites.

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Vintage Coke by K Henderson Fine Art

March 18, 2014
Vintage Coke by K Henderson
Vintage Coke, 12 x 9, oil on board
I love the Green bottle nestled in the Red and White carton.

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Love Out of Bounds

March 12, 2014
Super Kiss by K Henderson
Super Kiss, 30 x 30, oil on Linen
I just learned that “Super Kiss” was honored with a First Place award at the Evergreen, CO Center for the Arts “Love out of Bounds” valentines show.

This painting is another trompe l’oeil in my Chocolate Kiss series. This includes a panel from a Superman Comic and of course that’s Lois Lane giving the Super Kiss.

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K. Henderson celebrates National Oreo Cookie Day

March 6, 2014

midnight snack

Midnight Snack, 30 x 40, oil on linen

“Oreo” was first trademarked in 1912. And the rest is history!

Grab a glass of milk and enjoy an Oreo today.

Butch The Pup by K. Henderson

March 2, 2014
Butch the Pup by K Henderson
Butch the Pup, 20 x 24, oil on cradled board

As my Faithful Followers know, I collect Vintage Toys. Included in this collection is about 50 Fisher Price pull toys.

Butch the Pup was designed in 1952. In this painting, Butch stands at the ready on the mantel. Do toy dogs dream of dog biscuits?

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