k’ARTwheels Art Gallery

Welcome to the K’ARTwheels Art Gallery!  We invite you share your thoughts about an individual piece, or all, below in the comment section.  Thank you for visiting the gallery!

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Rainbow~ acrylic on canvas (July 1, 2013) By Captain, age 5

This painting was created by Captain for her aunties in honor of the celebration of their marriage.

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An Apple Tree in Blossom ~ acrylic on canvas (May 13, 2013 at 8 in the morning)

By Will B., age 9.9, Almonte, Canada

Visit Will at his cool blog, PetKid One kid’s blogging adventure, to see more of his art, activities, and homeschooling ideas!

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Mother’s Day Card ~ oil pastel, colored pencils and paint pens (May 2013) By Bella, Age 12

To contact Bella about her artwork, please use the Kartwheels homepage contact form.

 

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Mountain ~ finger painting (2010) By Captain, Age 2

Nicklaus Wild Thing Called Hairy

Hairy the Wild Thing ~ oil pastel (March, 2012) By Nicklaus, Age 7

To see more of Nicklaus’ work please visit Simply Life Stuff’s Wall of Art.

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Silent Night ~ felt tip, watercolour, indian ink and white ink on watercolour paper (2013)

By Arthur Watson, Age 9

This is Arthur’s first try at using indian ink on watercolour paper.  The medium was inspired by the illustrations in Lady Filmy Fern or the Voyage of the Window Box by Thomas Hennell

Arthur is an Australian artist of great imagination.  To see more of his work please visit: Art’s Art .

 

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All the Love in My Heart For Mom ~ mixed media sculpture (2011) By Captain, Age 3

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The Blue Sea ~ acrylic on paper (August 14, 2012) By Captain, Age 4

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Girl From Athens ~ oil on canvas (1963) By Audrey Appleby

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One Of The Colors Of Her Hair ~ ink on paper  (September, 2011) By Captain, Age 3

35 Comments

35 thoughts on “k’ARTwheels Art Gallery

  1. Hi Karen, I LOVE Captain’s paintings. Fantastic! Arthur is keen to get something up in your gallery. I’ll let him respond to you by himself. By the way, I have a suspicion you will like this fantastic blog: http://www.artforsmallhands.com/ Cheers, Judy

  2. Wonderful Judy! Arthur is obviously a cool kid and we all love his work. We will be watching his, and Hugo’s, stuff, how cool! I will definitely check out artforsmallhands.com, and look forward to hearing from Arthur. Good thoughts to you!
    Karen

  3. I am so happy you found my blog so I could find yours. Your site is awesome. 🙂

    • Thank you so much Betty Jo! I really like stilllearningsomethingnew and we’ll be swapping ideas 🙂 Have a great day!

  4. kwinds

    Cant wait to see more work in the gallery!

  5. We have a HUGE bag of leftover colorful clay and will try this next week. Thanks for the sweet idea from a child!

    • Fantastic! If you, or your child, care to share a photo of the finished project, let me know and we could see about putting a photo in the k’ARTwheels gallery, if you like. Have a wonderful day!
      Karen

  6. Thank you so very much for visiting and following my blog. My son loves art. We made an art wall for him to display his works. Check it out on my blog and let me know what what you think. http://simplylifestuff.com/2013/03/05/wall-of-art/

  7. Melanee, I just looked and love your son’s art! I contacted you there about getting one of his works here in the gallery. I must say, too, that your method for displaying the creative works is beautiful, functional and awesome! Love it.
    Karen

    • Sent the photo and information to you via email. Hope I sent everything you need. Thanks again for choosing to place one of his art pieces on your site.

      • Hi Melanee,
        I received the photo and info- love it! If you or N have anything else you would like to add in terms of a little “bio” (likes & interests, inspirations etc.) let me know, but it is entirely up to you guys. I will be posting in the gallery this Sunday. Good thoughts!
        Karen

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  9. Thanks for coming over to my corner of the blogosphere! I love your blog too and look forward to being inspired in our homeschool journey as well! 🙂

  10. Sierk Arts

    i love seeing kids’ creations! my kids & wife will be contributing to my blog soon.

  11. Thanks for visiting my blog! I look forward to reading your ideas. I’m an artist myself and can’t wait to start posting more of my work now that I have studio space to create!

  12. Thanks for visiting my blog! I’m looking forward to reading through your ideas 🙂

  13. Terrific work! Great blog.

  14. Anonymous

    Karen, please tell Bella that I LOVE her tribute to her mom. It has great style and beautiful colors. Great job Bella!

  15. Ellen Musser

    Karen, I love your ideas and the display of children’s art! Kids are truly amazing!

    I will pass it on to Laura but I will use the site for Grandma Sundays with Mason! Thank so much,
    Love you!
    Ellen

    • Hi Ellen!
      Thanks SO MUCH for writing in, it means so much to me to “see” you here 🙂 I think of you so often when we do projects, especially watercolors. Perhaps you’ll give us a lesson sometime that I could share here on kartwheels! Miss and love you and hope you are having a great time with Judi! xoxox

  16. Hi Karen. There’s some lovely artwork on here. Many thanks for following. 🙂

  17. Thanks for following my blog…. There’s nothing like art by kids…. I know I’ll be inspired every time I look at YOURS! Following now!

  18. What an awesome blog! I love love love children’s art. It looks like you and I are similar where we blog a potpourri of things. Isn’t life full of such wonderful things! Thanks for peeking at my blogpost on wishing on stars, and I look forward to peeking in at yours.

    • Thank you Jennifer! I love children’s art as well and agree wholeheartedly that life is full of wonderful things 🙂 Will be keeping an eye out for more of your stars…

  19. Great to see more art up in the gallery! I love the picture for the aunties. Did Captain go to the wedding?

    • Hi Judy! No, Captain didn’t go to the wedding because the aunties themselves didn’t know they were finally going to get married until the morning it happened and we are far away. They tried 3 different times to get married and then were disappointed by the legal business… When they got the shot, they went for it and we are all thrilled! Thanks so much for asking and I hope all is well with you and all the family! 🙂

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