Thursday, May 30, 2013

Tutor Vintage Card

Tutor, 10 x 8, oil on canvas

Music. That is my current theme for my Vintage Card trompe l'oeil oil paintings.

First up is Tooty Tutor. He is from an Old Maid card game

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Space - O by K Henderson

Space - O, oil on linen, 30 x 24

Here's another painting of a Vintage 'School Crayon' box.  The boy and girl are in a Flying Saucer against a red background. These space age artists have done a great job coloring inside the lines (mostly)

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Fireman Vintage Card by K Henderson

Fireman, 10 x 8, oil on board

I had extra fun with this Trompe L'oeil. This vintage card depicts Fireman Damper Downe. It's from an Old Maid deck.

Looks like he has gotten a little close to the fire yet his bunker gear remains nice, bright and clean.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Singing Cat by K. Henderson

Singing Cat, 24 x 18, oil on cradled board

I love these vintage boxes of 'School Crayons'. I wish I could find more of them.

Felix the Cat sings along as a young boy plays the pipe organ. The box has seen better days but the cat keeps singing.

This trompe l'oeil of colorful pencils is on its way to Winfield Gallery in Carmel - by - the Sea, CA 

Monday, May 13, 2013

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Cowboy Vintage Card

Cowboy, 10 x 8, oil on Board

This trompe l'oeil painting was inspired by a card from a vintage Old Maid game.  A few bullet holes were added to create authenticity.

Yippee Ki Yay!


Friday, May 10, 2013

Foodie Vintage Card paintings

Kitchen Maid, Waitress, Chef each is 10 x 8

These 3 paintings are available as a set (can be purchased separately)

Each is framed in a simple black frame

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Chef Vintage Card by K Henderson

Chef, 10 x 8, oil on board

This trompe l'oeil painting continues my Food Service themed Vintage Cards. This was inspired by a card from a vintage Old Maid game. And why is it that cooks always have such spotless aprons? Not in my world!


Monday, May 6, 2013

Kitchen Maid Vintage Card

Kitchen Maid, 10 x 8, oil on board

This Trompe L'oeil was inspired by a card in the 1938 game, Who is the Thief . I wonder who she is calling.