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November 21, 2015

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Dick Tracy Super Detective, Print on Matte Paper

This 20” x 16” (approximate image area)  print is on high-grade Epson Enhanced Matte paper for the price of $135 plus $10 shipping/handling, a total of $145.

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Orbit Space Game by K Henderson

June 13, 2014
Orbit Game by K Henderson
Orbit, 20 x 30, oil on linen

Here’s my latest Trompe L’oeil painting in my Vintage Board Game series. This game was manufactured by Parker Brothers in 1959.

My Orbit game is in pretty good shape. Fortunately, I have 2 very beat up Monopoly games that I used for inspiration for the tape, dents and dings.

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Wonder Woman by K Henderson

June 7, 2014
Wonder Woman by K Henderson
Wonder Woman, 24 x 18, oil on cradled board

Wonder Woman is not technically a Super Hero because she has no Super Powers. She’s just your ever day Amazonian who is as Beautiful as Aphrodite, as Strong as Hercules, as Wise as Athena and as Swift as Mercury.

Wonder Woman first appeared in Comics at the beginning of World War II and fought along side our troops against the Evil Axis. That’s what this painting is about.

Wonder Woman’s war propaganda  included the “Keep ‘Em Flying” campaign. The slogan was used in recruiting for the Aviation Cadet Program.

Like Superman, Wonder Wonder disguised herself by putting on a pair of glasses. She instantly became Nurse Diana Prince.

I couldn’t find an invisible plane to use in this painting so this blue game piece represents both Wonder Woman’s plane and the plane that Steve Trevor crashed on Paradise Island

Rounding out the painting is the Golden Lasso of Truth and the bullet deflecting Bracelets

 

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Tek-No-Krazy by K. Henderson

February 23, 2014

Tek-No-Krazy Game by K. Henderson

Tek-No-Krazy, 30 x 30, oil on linen

Here’s another game that I had to paint once I saw it. The game is small, about 8″ x 8″ and I thought it deserved to be seen BIG.

I’m not sure of the exact date this game came on the scene but, obviously, it was when we were still in awe of outer space, robots and flying saucers. Some of us still are.

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Foiled Again

June 9, 2013

Foiled Again, 40 x 30, oil on linen

What can I say? This is a painting of stacked cookies and their reflection.

I love those windmill cookies, don’t you? Yum!

Wonder Woman by K Henderson

April 12, 2013
Wonder Woman by K Henderson
Wonder Woman, 24 x 18, oil on cradled board

Wonder Woman is not technically a Super Hero because she has no Super Powers. She’s just your ever day Amazonian who is as Beautiful as Aphrodite, as Strong as Hercules, as Wise as Athena and as Swift as Mercury.

Wonder Woman first appeared in Comics at the beginning of World War II and fought along side our troops against the Evil Axis. That’s what this painting is about.

Wonder Woman’s war propaganda  included the “Keep ‘Em Flying” campaign. The slogan was used in recruiting for the Aviation Cadet Program.

Like Superman, Wonder Wonder disguised herself by putting on a pair of glasses. She instantly became Nurse Diana Prince.

I couldn’t find an invisible plane to use in this painting so this blue game piece represents both Wonder Woman’s plane and the plane that Steve Trevor crashed on Paradise Island

Rounding out the painting is the Golden Lasso of Truth and the bullet deflecting Bracelets

Wonder Woman – Work In Progress 2

March 28, 2013

Wonder Woman WIP 2 by K Henderson

Wonder Woman, WIP, 24 x 18

I’ve only had a few hours more to work on this painting but I thought I would show the progress so you can see how wild it’s becoming.

Wonder Woman- Work in Progress by K Henderson

March 24, 2013
Wonder Woman WIP
Wonder Woman Work in Progress, 24 x 18

I’m working on a few paintings at once. I have nothing new to share so I decided to show a Work in progress.

This is another of my Super Hero trompe l’oeils. I guess I should call this series ‘Super Heros in a Box’ sense I keep using the same cardboard box to define the elements. What do you think?

This photo was taking after 3 days of painting.

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Magazine Article

March 14, 2013
Spaceship by K Henderson
One of the galleries that represents me, Lovetts Gallery in Tulsa, has started publishing a quarterly magazine called The Wall. It’s also available online. The Spring 2013 issue is out and you can find an article about me and my painting ‘Spaceship – Journey to Jupiter’ on pages 20-20. Click here or copy and paste to take a look

http://www.lovettsgallery.com/theWall/03_13/files/assets/common/downloads/page0011.pdf

Tek-No-Krazy Game by K. Henderson

March 6, 2013

Tek-No-Krazy Game by K. Henderson

Tek-No-Krazy, 30 x 30, oil on linen

Here’s another game that I had to paint once I saw it. The game is small, about 8″ x 8″ and I thought it deserved to be seen BIG.

I’m not sure of the exact date this game came on the scene but, obviously, it was when we were still in awe of outer space, robots and flying saucers. Some of us still are.

Available

http://khendersonart.blogspot.com/