Paintings by

Karen Anne Baldauski

Karen's painting (shown below) was juried into the   New England Regional Exhibition

by juror Antonio Masi. The show is hosted by the

New England Watercolor Society.

Karen's painting, HERRING GULL SWOOPING OVER RUGGED SHORE, can be seen June 1 - October 13, 2019 at the Historic New England Governor John Langdon House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

 Please visit

for more information and to arrange purchase of the painting: $1200.USD.



HERRING GULL SWOOPING OVER THE RUGGED COAST, original 22x28, framed 20.25 x 29.25, acrylic on paper, $1200. the New England Watercolor Society for purchase details.
Above: SOLO, 24x30, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2019, $3400.USD (on hold)
"MINKE WHALE", 24"x36" acrylic on stretched canvas, $1200. USD, SOLD


Opening Day at the ARTWORKSOFMAINE Gallery in Lubec, Maine is

Friday, June 7, 2019, 2pm-5pm.

Our website does not show everything on hand in the Gallery.  We welcome you to visit the Gallery Fridays & Saturdays, 2pm-5pm, and at other times when the OPEN flag is flying, June-September.

Please contact us via email if you have inquiries about purchase of artwork: 


Above: FORAGING PERIWINKLES, 24x30, acrylic on stretched canvas, $3400. USD (on hold)

Above: EDGE OF THE SEA, 2019, 24hx36w, acrylic on stretched canvas, $3400. USD


HERRING GULL, 2019, 16hx20w, acrylic on stretched canvas,  $2200. USD

 At right: TIDAL POOL, 2019, 24hx36w, acrylic on stretched canvas,   $3400. USD

"Gull Swooping Along Shore", 36x24, $3400. USD

"Fisherman & Dory, It'sTime To Go!", 36x24, $4500. USD


"Tide Spilling In", 36x24, $3400. USD



"TIde Filling In", 24x36, $3400. USD

"Herring Gull & Fisherman On Wharf", 24x36, $3400. USD


"Whale, Grand Manan Distant", 24x36, SOLD

LIFT-OFF, 22x30, acrylic on paper, $1700.USD

"Deer in the Birches", 24x36

"Tide Pool", 22x30

"Kitty and Bouquet", 16x20


"Loon Periscoping"

"A Light Touchdown", roughly 22x30


"Summer Cliffs, Boy & His Dog Running", 24x36

"Diving Whale", 20x16


"Whale & Crystalline Sea", 16x20


"Three Seals, Ledges & Seaweed",


Above: FOX RUNNING THROUGH SNOW AND BIRCHES, 22x28 acrylic on paper, framed under glass 28x40, $3400. USD
"Breaching Whale, Grey Seas", 16x20, acrylic on stretched canvas
"Fishermen, Racing the Tide", 36x24, acrylic, $3400.
"Great Blue Heron", 12x9, acrylic on canvasboard, framed, $900. USD




"Fishing, Apricot Dawn", 12x9, acrylic on canvasboard, $900. USD




"Love Doves", 16x20


"Spring Lambs", 24x36, acrylic on stretched canvas, $6500. USD




"Two Whales Surface Feeding", 10x28, mat/frame 28x40


"Seal By Ledges", 48x48, oil on board, 1980s, not available
"Salmon Pool", 2009, by Karen Anne Baldauski, NFS.  This painting won the Founder's Award prize at the international sumi-e exhibition "Sumi-e For Today"  hosted by the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto, Canada in 2009. (Now passed, Mr. Motoi Oi of New York City is the FOUNDER of the Sumi-e Society of America. Karen learned about sumi-e from Mr. Oi in 1972 via an evening art class offered in Montclair, NJ.) The painting juror for this show was Mr. William Ho, an internationally renowned artist. "Sumi-e" is the Japanese term which translates to mean "painting in black ink".

"Deerfield", serigraph, 46/50, matted & framed, few available from 1978 limited edition of 50.


"Violets", serigraph, 7/19, matted & framed, few available from 1978 limited edition of 19.



"Clivia", roughly 30x22


 "Sea Birds" was framed by our gallery for a wedding gift to Maine Maritime graduates.

"Taking A Nap", one of hundreds of figurative paintings and drawings Karen has created. Several are available as greeting cards.


A note from Karen: I use primarily Maine wools in my wet-felted wool wall hangings. Sometimes I wash a recently sheared fleece and dry it outdoors before I card it to use in my work. Normally I use processed wool rovings that I select primarily for color. I have many felted works available from small to large. The loons shown above are seen hung to dry out, something I do to every washed wall hanging I make. Felt is usually very strong and can be shaken like a rug to toss off any dust that might collect on it from being displayed in a home.


For the FOX RUNNING THROUGH BIRCHES shown below I trimmed the edge to be really straight. It hangs beautifully. Some people prefer the effect of the natural waviness of an untrimmed edge that takes its shape from the hand processing I do in layering wools as I build up the thickness of a good felt. Some felted pieces are even stretched over a wood frame, then edged with a wood frame...depending on the preference of a customer.


The FOX wall hanging, below, has been juried into the Marin Society of Artists 2019 National Open Fine Arts Juried Exhibition in San Raphael, California,

by juror Paul Kratter.

Exhibition dates:  June 13 - July 6, 2019.

Please contact Marin Society of Artists for

information about purchase: $7800.USD.



FOX RUNNING THROUGH BIRCHES, 2017, felted wool wall hanging, one of a series of BIRCH images. There are two other wall hangings showing birches with birds in our gallery that may be seen this summer.


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PAINTINGS, SHIBORI, NUNO,  FELTED WOOL WALL HANGINGS, & CARDS will be in the Gallery next to the Lubec Grange this season. First come, first served.                   

Shibori silk scarf/wrap/shawl, colorfast, hand-dyed by Karen Anne Baldauski, 35" x 84", hand-rolled hem, $120. USD. Please click on the menu "SCARVES" to find more Shibori and Nuno images.
ANOTHER SHOW! This stunning contemporary felted wool wall hanging by Karen Anne Baldauski: $7,800 USD, was selected by juror Paul Kratter for the Marin Society of Artists National Open Fine Arts Juried Exhibition, June 13 - July 6, 2019 in San Raphael, CA
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