Karin Krohne Kaufman

Artwork

Be, 2016
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Be, 2016

Giclee print hand embeliished with iridescent watercolor, colored pencil, signed in gold acrylic ink lower right

9.88 x 10.13 in

$1,450.00

Crane sketch for "The Gift", 1990
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Crane sketch for "The Gift", 1990

Sepia on Paper

17.50 x 22.75 in

$950.00

Hope, 2004
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Hope, 2004

Oil on canvas, signed & dated lower right

24 x 20 in

$7,500.00

Luna, 2006
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Luna, 2006

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right

40 x 30 in

$9,500.00

Original sketch for "God in All", 1994
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Original sketch for "God in All", 1994

Sepia on paper

11.50 x 9 in

$950.00

Presence, 2015
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Presence, 2015

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right

14 x 11 in

$3,200.00

Swan Song, 2016
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Swan Song, 2016

Giclee print, hand embellished with colored pencil, iridescent watercolor, signed in gold acrylic ink lower center

11.19 x 7.94 in

$1,450.00

Web of Dreams, 2006
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Web of Dreams, 2006

Oil on canvas, signed & dated lower right

30 x 24 in

$6,500.00

Changing Woman (Picking Pears), 2010
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Changing Woman (Picking Pears), 2010

Mixed media: ink, watercolor & iridescent additive, signed lower center

11 x 8 in

$950.00

Flow, 1998
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Flow, 1998

Colored pencil drawing, signed

17.75 x 14 in

$2,600.00

Inside My Soul, 2003
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Inside My Soul, 2003

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right

30 x 24 in

$5,400.00

Maya (detail), 2006
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Maya (detail), 2006

Giclee print on board after 2004 oil

16 x 15.75 in

$395.00

Original sketch for "Tempest" (woman), 1999
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Original sketch for "Tempest" (woman), 1999

Sepia on paper

13.75 x 16 in

$1,150.00

Red Herring, 2001
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Red Herring, 2001

Colored Pencil Drawing signed & dated lower right

26 x 288 in

$4,800.00

Swan Song - Pumpkin Woman (detail), 2006
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Swan Song - Pumpkin Woman (detail), 2006

Giclee print on board after 2010 mixed media

16 x 15.75 in

$395.00

What I Do, 2005
Karin Krohne Kaufman

What I Do, 2005

Oil on canvas, signed & dated lower left

24 x 20 in

$4,500.00

Changing Woman (picking pears), 2016
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Changing Woman (picking pears), 2016

Giclee print on paper, embellished with color pencil, iridescent gold watercolor, signed in gold ink lower right

11 x 8 in

$1,450.00

Go Fish, 2012
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Go Fish, 2012

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right

36 x 24 in

$9,500.00

Journey, 2002
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Journey, 2002

Colored pencil drawing signed

28 x 20.50 in

$6,500.00

Odyssey, 2009
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Odyssey, 2009

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left

30 x 24 in

$6,500.00

Original sketch for "The Garden", 1993
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Original sketch for "The Garden", 1993

Sepia pencil on paper, signed & dated lower right

10.25 x 8.75 in

$950.00

Sarah - Age 2, 2010
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Sarah - Age 2, 2010

Color pencil drawing after 1996 photo taken by David Barnett, signed and dated lower right

9 x 12 in

$950.00

The Messenger, 2003
Karin Krohne Kaufman

The Messenger, 2003

Oil on gesso board, signed and dated lower left

24 x 18 in

$2,800.00

Willow (Rabbit), 2016
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Willow (Rabbit), 2016

Giclee print on paper, embellished with color pencil, gold watercolor, signed in gold ink lower right

10.25 x 8 in

$1,450.00

Contemplation, 2010
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Contemplation, 2010

Mixed media: ink, watercolor and iridescent additive, signed and dated lower left

7.62 x 5.50 in

$750.00

Harvest Monkey in Tree with Koi & Children Below, 1992
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Harvest Monkey in Tree with Koi & Children Below, 1992

Colored pencil drawing, signed

18.75 x 14 in

$3,200.00

Legacy, 2008
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Legacy, 2008

Oil on canvas, signed & dated lower right

40 x 30 in

$9,500.00

Original sketch for "Essence", 1999
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Original sketch for "Essence", 1999

Sepia on paper signed & dated in pencil lower right

13.50 x 14.88 in

$1,450.00

Passion Fruit, 2003
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Passion Fruit, 2003

Colored pencil drawing, signed lower right

28 x 20 in

$6,500.00

Sarah With Otter - Star Lake 1998 & Sarah 2008, 2010
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Sarah With Otter - Star Lake 1998 & Sarah 2008, 2010

Color pencil drawing after photos taken by David Barnett, signed and dated lower right

14 x 11 in

$1,650.00

Transcendence, 2003
Karin Krohne Kaufman

Transcendence, 2003

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right

24 x 30 in

$6,500.00

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Karin Krohne Kaufman
Karin Krohne Kaufman was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Her serious interest in art began at the age of four, when she found herself drawing whenever she had the chance. Children’s book illustrations were a particular interest to Kaufman. She was drawn to vivid colors and the way in which the subjects appeared animated. Through the 1970’s Kaufman independently studied and analyzed illustration and from there, developed her own style, primarily working with pen and ink, eventually switching to drawing with graphite in the late 1970’s. From 1980-1985 Kaufman attended the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee to obtain a degree in nursing, while also taking two semesters of basic drawing, and one semester of life drawing. During her years in college, she became familiar with psychologist Carl Jung’s work, specifically in the areas of archetypes and dream symbolism. She also studied world religions and took particular interest in Native American philosophy. These interests greatly influence Kaufman’s art. They are reflected in the universal symbols that she uses in her drawings, and indirectly her reverence for the earth. In1989 Kaufman began to use colored pencils and has continued to use them up to the present. Kaufman, a Wisconsin resident, is a self-taught artist. She calls her works "Illustrated Dreams" because this is the experience that they most closely resemble. These colored pencil illustrations are exquisitely detailed, depicting young Asian women and capturing a fantasy-like image of nature and children. Like dreams, these drawings contain universal symbols which psychologist Carl Jung termed archetypes. Although she has personal interpretations of the drawings, she feels that the universal symbolism which the drawings contain give them a meaning which is unique for each individual. Exhibitions Marian Center /Jung Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin American Nurses Foundation, Inc. Washington, DC David Barnett Gallery Milwaukee, Wisconsin Education University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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