Monday, March 25, 2013

So much art, so little time!

So much art, so little time!

I probably won't be updating my blog here for a while.......but I do lots of art posts each week on my Facebook "Like" page. 
The link:
I would be very honored if you could visit me on Facebook, add a comment or two and even "like" my page!
Thanks for visiting!
Charles Kaufman

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Another Artist New Years Resolution

Artist #NewYearsResolution:
"I will learn a new computer program that will help me with my art business."

Lots more art here: Facebook

Artist #NewYearsResolution

Artist #NewYearsResolution:
"I will not start a new painting until I have finished all the one's I already started."

Visit my Facebook art page. :-)

Artist Resolutions

Artist #NewYearsResolution "I will never use the color green straight out of the tube..."

I invite you to visit my Facebook page - lots of art!

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Resolutions - Charles Kaufman

My resolution for the New Year? No More New Years' Resolutions! :-)

This character illustration was created with acrylic paints on canvas. See more of my art and links at:

Friday, December 24, 2010

Winter by Charles Kaufman

"While standing in the winter wonder land, Santa called out to everyone at Illustration Friday, "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!"
Painted with acrylic paints on canvas.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Mail-Charles Kaufman

"Mail?!?, exclaimed Santa Claus, "No, most kids today send in their list of Christmas presents via e-mail or instant messaging or my Facebook account or Tweet me. Merry Christmas everyone!"

Illustration above was painted with acrylic paints on canvas.

Friday, December 10, 2010


It is a strange phenomenon on Illustration Friday that I get more comments to illustrations with animals in them than illustrations with people in them.

Illustration above was painted with acrylic paints on canvas.

Friday, December 03, 2010

Prehistoric-Charles Kaufman

"The prehistoric purple dinosaur was so upset that Shirley (from down the street) had created an organic Time Machine and brought him 185-million years into the future to modern New York city that he went on a rampage trashing mass transit buses and off-the-meter taxis; vowing to get revenge on the world by being the worst actor that ever played Godzilla on Broadway."

Original painting created with acrylic paints on canvas, then tweaked in Photoshop.  
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