Paintings at the Gallery

Aunt Gertrude’s House is a gallery and shop combined. She carries all kinds of fine art and crafts and she herself repairs dolls, so there is a large doll house in the front window. There are many fine artists represented in her shop, and I was so totally honored to have some of my paintings accepted here. I told Pam I would take some pictures, so the other day I took my little mini winter scenes into the shop, and here are some shots that my son took with his phone…


She set up the minis next to the poinsettia, you can see the little girls sledding there. The Exclamation point is my abstract painting of a sculpture that is in Oklahoma City. I love the art tiles that she sells in the background…and yes, that’s me standing there behind the poinsettia. 🙂


Here are the other two mini winter scenes from the opposite side of the center table.


As you walk in the door to the left is my painting of the cantaloupe. This was one that I did for an art challenge on line. Don’t you love the huge paintings of the fish by Ty A Kelly .


In the front window as you walk in the door are two of my minis… the pumpkin and the bicycle.


And my peony painting is sitting on the table to the right, next to Matt Atkinson‘s incredible painting of the wolf.

So you can see how honored I am to have some of my paintings displayed here. The Summer Season Bouquet is also at the gallery, but I don’t have a photo of it. Maybe next time. 🙂

You can see more about the gallery here…Aunt Gertrude’s House

And here on facebook…


4 thoughts on “Paintings at the Gallery

  1. Thanks so much for the pictures, Karin. It is wonderful to see your art and how it fits in so well. It’s no wonder she wanted your paintings in her shop. This is the kind of store I would love to explore.
    Today we are getting a little snow. It has been coming down all day and looks beautiful and Christmasy. I only have a couple more quilts to finish for customers and then I hope to do some more painting.


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