Sunday, July 3, 2011

kdb-ART Walk...

I have been very busy creating 4 separate collections of Encaustic Paintings, for 4 different venues. You can take the kdb Artwalk, in mid-coast Maine. It would be fun to start at The Brunswick Inn
165 Park Row, Brunswick, Maine.

In the main Entry you will find a small collection of 6x6 etched Encaustic panels on cradled birchboard. This small collection features, Lobsters, a Toad, Ferns and a Beetle. Take a moment to stroll through the lovely gardens on your way to the Carriage House where you will find a major hanging, " Maine Nature 2011" mostly Encaustic with a few Paintings. This collection features Nests, some Abstract water and a few Goldfish.
You can then stroll down to
Little Tokyo Sushi Restaurant
72 Maine St. , Brunswick, Maine

"Under The Sea" is the name of this collection. This is mostly Encaustic on board, featuring Hamachi and Blue Fin Tuna, Octopus, Clam Shells, Mussel Shells and a few Encaustic, engraved style, Lobsters. I also have some oversized canvases of Kelp floating, Sea Grass and Kelp at the Bottom of the Sea. The inspiration was the Little Tokyo menu.
After a lovely lunch you can walk up to the top of the block and pop into the delightful Home and Garden Store,
Blessings 11 Mason St., Brunswick, Maine.

This cool shop caries Antique, Vintage and New Furnishings for your Home, Cottage and Garden. The collection of kdb Art includes, Crows, Nests, Eggs and Birds. Mostly Encaustic with a few paintings.
Now you will need to hop into your car for a quick jaunt north to Bath, only about 15 minutes.
Ornament Home and Garden, 11 Centre St., Bath, Maine.

This store is packed to full with everything for your summer Cottage, Porch and Garden. Items are picked from all over new England. Mixing up Vintage, Antique and New. The Ornament collection of kdb Art is Encaustic Shells. Clams and Mussels.
All of these locations have postcards with directions for this little Artwalk.
So take an afternooon and have a cool little Maine adventure and pick up some original kdb Art.

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