K Henderson Fine Art

The Banker, 10 x 8, oil on board

I had a request for a Banker vintage card painting so here it is. This card is from the 1938 game ‘Who’s the Thief?’

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Strawberry Shortcake, 36 x 36, oil on linen

This is my belated Annual Strawberry Painting. I began this painting 2 months ago but put it aside several times due to other obligations.

I must say that the strawberries were the easiest part of the painting to complete. The whipped cream with all its ebb and flow and the biscuit with its nooks and crannies were time consuming to get Just Right.

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Space Pilot, 24 x 48, oil on linen

I’ve been wanting to paint this Vintage Board Game for a long time. The graphics are bright yet the box has seen better days. My kind of game!

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Space Pilot, 24 x 48, oil on linen

I’ve been wanting to paint this Vintage Board Game for a long time. The graphics are bright yet the box has seen better days. My kind of game!

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See more of my Contemporary Realism paintings on My Blog http://khendersonart.blogspot.com/

Pink Betty, 20 x 16, oil on cradled board


I love doing commissioned paintings that included old photos and memorabilia. The painting creates a very personal image of loved ones.

This photo used for this painting includes a Mother and daughter, a child’s drawing and a hand crocheted doily.

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Cordial Cherry , 9 x 12, oil on masonite.

I don’t know if I wanted to simply capture the beauty of the cordial cherry or if I was just looking for an excuse to buy myself a box of chocolates! Yum!

Read about the History of the Cordial Cherry Here and Here, too.

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Sioux Moccasins, 9 x 12, oil on canvas

I love painting moccasins. These beauties are decorated with beads, quills, metal cones and horse hair

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Saturday Matinee, 24 x 20, oil on canvas


Remember when movies cost a dime and the cowboy serials were all the rage? Ok, neither do I. But this painting Saturday Matinee brings those time back with a Tom Mix poster, our favorite cowboy, Howdy Doody, a cowgirl sweetheart, American Indian, a horse and a six shooter. What more do you need?

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The Dentist, oil on board, 10 x 8
 This is from my series of  small, fun trompe l’oeil oil paintings of  cards from vintage games.  The Dentist is from the 1938 game ‘Who is the Thief’. Note: No vintage card was harmed in the making of this painting. I scan my cards and print them on card stock. I them take the print and rip, smudge, stomp and tape to give them the Character that I want.Available See more of my Contemporary Realism paintings onMy BLOG http://khendersonart.blogspot.com

The Dentist, oil on board, 10 x 8


This is from my series of  small, fun trompe l’oeil oil paintings of  cards from vintage games.

  The Dentist is from the 1938 game ‘Who is the Thief’.

Note: No vintage card was harmed in the making of this painting. I scan my cards and print them on card stock. I them take the print and rip, smudge, stomp and tape to give them the Character that I want.
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Gumballs and Peanuts is 18″ x 24″ oil on canvas.

This is one of my most brightly colored and most ambitious paintings. I love the bright pink gumballs and the texture in the peanut shells.

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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

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