On-line 24/7/365. May-September Gallery/Store: 10 North Lubec Road
P. O. Box 495
Lubec, Maine 04652

Phone: 1-207-733-2468 1-207-733-2468



 Selected works by

Karen Anne Baldauski

New paintings will be on view at the Gallery, June-September 2018.  Please contact us for purchase or queries.


To ENLARGE the paintings below, click JUST ONCE on each image.


"Gull Swooping Along Shore", 36x24

"Fisherman & Dory, Tide Coming In, Time To Go!", 36x24


"Tide Spilling In", 36x24

"Dive, Dive, Dive!", 14x11

"Close Encounter", roughly 22x30

Doe In Birch Woods, 24x36

"Gull Landing In Cove, Wings Up", 24x36

"Night By The Lake" 16x28, framed 25x37

"Path Through Roses To Mowry Beach, Lubec, ME", 24x36

"Minke Whale,

Passamaquoddy Bay"

24x36 acrylic on stretched canvas

SOLD September 17, our last sale of the 2017 season. One of the finest whale paintings Karen has ever achieved. Interestingly, the buyer took 3 years to consider his purchase and called us on a Sunday to arrange payment.

"A Peaceful Afternoon", 24x36

"Spring Lambs", 24x36

"Minke In the Lubec Narrows", 24x36,

"Tide Pool", roughly 22x30

"Rocky Seacoast, Flying Gull, Spruce Fir", roughly 22x28


"Loon Periscoping"

"Loon Morning", 16x20



"Seabird Cruising Shore"

"Nesting In The Marsh"

"TIde Filling In", 24x36

"Herring Gull & Fisherman On Wharf", 24x36


"Whale, Grand Manan Distant", 24x36 SOLD

"A Light Touchdown", roughly 22x30


"Harvesting Periwinkles", 24x36

"Summer Cliffs, Boy & His Dog Running", 24x36

"Diving Whale", 20x16


"Whale & Crystalline Sea", 16x20


"Three Seals, Ledges & Seaweed",


"Two Gray Cats & Magnolia", 36x24


"Fishermen In Cove Racing The Tide", 36x24


"Foxes Down The Rose Path To The Beach", 36x24


"Robins' Nest", 16x20


"Love Doves", 16x20


"Spilling Wave, 2 Seals On Ledge", 16x20


"Tidepool", SOLD


"Woman Sleeping On Granite Edge Of The Sea", 32x40


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


"Seal By Ledges", 48x48, oil on board

"Salmon Pool", 2010. This sumi-e painting won the  Founder's Award at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre international competition, Toronto, Canada.  (Not for sale).

"Early Morning, Fisherman Heading Out", 24x36


"Fox & Two Kits", 24x36


"Sea Coming In", 24x36


"Boiled Lobster At A Shore Feed", 16x20



"Seals On Ledges In Rainstorm",


"Girl With Gardenias On Her Wedding Day",


"Deerfield", serigraph, 46/50


"Five Island Sheep" 16x20
"Sailboat Coming Home" 9x12

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



"Breaching Humpback Whale, Sunset" 16x20

"Clivia", roughly 30x22


"Night Ledges By the Sea, Seagull Resting" 20x16

 A great framing job will enhance any artwork!  (Painting, SOLD)

"Taking A Nap", available only as a GREETING CARD. Most of Karen's sumi-e work strays from the traditional use of ground black ink on rice paper. Instead, she applies oriental brush painting techniques to a wide variety of subjects and media and has translated the sumi-e skills to be applied not only on paper but also on stretched canvas. 


ABOVE, Karen Anne Baldauski with "Two Loons", 2016, a felted wool wall hanging drying in the sun (See menu category WALL HANGINGS).





Selected new works will be on view in our gallery

June - September 2017. Please feel free to make inquiries about any artwork throughout the year via email:


A note about Karen Anne Baldauski


"By the sea and throughout my surroundings where I live in Downeast Maine,

there are places I like to go to over and over again. I aim to know my subjects very well before I begin to paint.

A lifetime of observation is the foundation of all the work I do.


I spent about 25 years in central Maine, exploring throughout the state in my off hours,

and have enjoyed a well rounded life earning my living for the most part through the profession of graphic design in New York 
City and England before I moved to central Maine in 1978.

In 2007 I moved to a sea coast farm to widen my experience and live in a small town where the people are for the most part

dependent on natural resources for their incomes. While living in Lubec, I also became  

 a professional felter in addition to doing all my other creative work.


I've worked all my life and supported myself as an artist.

Through my love of the outdoors and nature, i qualified as a Registered Maine Guide.  With my friend Bob,we explore the sea, the rivers, mountains, and all the other interesting aspects of life in Maine, I'll never run out of subjects I want to paint or express in some way

how I feel about life.


I have exhibited work throughout my life beginning with "Hope", a painting juried into my first national competition

while I was still a student at DePauw University, which took First Prize at the Intercollegiate Salon of Art sponsored by Indiana University.

I developed a love for sumi-e painting and my first entry into a juried international competition at the Japanese Cultre Institute in Toronto in 2010 won me the Founder's Award for "Salmon Pool". Normally, my work is not confined to just one medium; I will use whatever materials suit the inspiration best as I have mastered almost all media and enjoy experimenting all the time." 


Enjoy art!


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