Karen Anne Baldauski

This gallery shows the art of Karen Anne Baldauski, a lifetime artist painter, printmaker, graphic designer, fiber artist, Registered Maine Guide, farmer, and beekeeper. Her creative work is motivated by the desire to achieve the highest level of her potential in whatever media is of interest on any particular day. She earned a Bachelor of Fine 
Arts from DePauw University and has made a living as an artist ever since. Please feel free to contact the gallery with inquiries about Karen's art. Not all of the work shown here is available. 

 

 

In Karen's FIRST COMPETITION while still in college, she won first prize for her oil painting "Hope" in the Indiana Intercollegiate Salon of Art. Her professor advised her to enter this national call for entries and her prize was the beginning of her life as a working artist. 

 


 

Karen Anne Baldauski won 2nd Prize (out of 503 entrants) in the prestigious New England Watercolor Society's 2019 exhibition. This painting was Karen's first entry to the challenge. The judge was Antonio Masi, President of the American Watercolor Society
Above: SOLO, 24x36, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2019
"MINKE WHALE", 24"x36" acrylic on stretched canvas
Above: FORAGING PERIWINKLES, 24x36, acrylic on stretched canvas

Above: EDGE OF THE SEA, 2019, 24hx36w, acrylic on stretched canvas

 

HERRING GULL, 2019, 16hx20w, acrylic on stretched canvas

 At right: TIDAL POOL, 2019, 24hx36w, acrylic on stretched canvas,

"Gull Swooping Along Shore", 36x24, 

"Fisherman & Dory, It'sTime To Go!", 36x24

 

"Tide Spilling In", 36x24,

The artist Karen Anne Baldauski by the sea on a fine December day.

36x24

36x24

"TIde Filling In", 24x36

"Herring Gull & Fisherman On Wharf", 24x36

 

"Whale, Grand Manan Distant", 24x36

Dive! Dive! Dive!
LIFT-OFF, 22x30, acrylic on paper

"Deer in the Birches", 24x36

"Tide Pool", 22x30

"Kitty and Bouquet", 16x20

 

"Loon Periscoping"

"A Light Touchdown",  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
"Breaching Whale, Grey Seas", 16x20, acrylic on stretched canvas
"Fishermen, Racing the Tide", 36x24, acrylic
"Great Blue Heron", 12x9, acrylic on canvasboard, framed

36x24

 

 

"Fishing, Apricot Dawn", 12x9, acrylic on canvasboard

36x24

 

 

"Spring Lambs", 24x36, acrylic on stretched canvas

 

 

TIDE POOL

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

 

"Seal By Ledges", 48x48, oil on board, 1980s
"Salmon Pool", 2009, by Karen Anne Baldauski, NFS.  This painting won the Founder's Award given in honor of the founder of the Sumi-e Society of America, Motoi Oi, at the international sumi-e exhibition "Sumi-e For Today"  hosted by the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto, Canada in 2009. Mr. Oi provided Karen with her first sumi-e instruction during an adult ed class in 1972.  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". It is one of the most challenging media to be undertaken by a painter. 
 
In Karen's
FIRST COMPETITION
while still in college, she won first prize for her oil painting "Hope" in the Indiana Intercollegiate Salon of Art. Her professor advised her to enter and that prize was the beginning of her life as a working artist. 
 

"Deerfield", serigraph, 46/50, matted & framed

 

"Violets", serigraph, 7/19, matted & framed

 

 

"Clivia", roughly 30x22

 

In many cases, our artworks are framed, ready to hang. We also offer unframed artworks for cost savings to a customer/ 

"Taking A Nap" is one of hundreds of figurative paintings and drawings Karen has created. Several are available as greeting cards. Please visit the gallery to see over 100 designs. 

 

 

 

FOX IN BIRCHES, at left, is one of  Karen's felted wool wallworks juried into "Expressions", the 2019 Marin Society of Artists National Open Fine Arts Juried Exhibition in San Rafael, California. The juror was Paul Kratter.

 

Click on the menu "Felted Wool Wallworks"  to consider more felted works by Karen. Email us if you need info on availability, size, and cost. 

 

 

   

The Gallery is stocked for 2020: PAINTINGS, SHIBORI & NUNO SCARVES, FELTED WOOL WALLWORKS,  WOVEN RAG RUGS, & GREETING CARDS      Please contact us via email with inquiries.           

scarves Shibori silk scarves may be purchased; please contact the Gallery via email.
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