The Carnival of Art – #8

Welcome to the December 2006 edition of the carnival of art. Thankyou all for your submissions this month. I have changed up the theme a bit to make the carnival easier to read. I think this works better.

If you have an image you would like to be featured please mention it in your blog submission – I would like to start adding an image feature per edition. Now without further ado – here is the 8th Blog carnival!

Art Philosophy

Abu Sahajj presents A Veiled America posted at Wa Salaam.

Art News

Anna O. presents Kyoko Hamada posted at Anna O.

Georgina Kelman presents From Picasso to Pinocchio posted at Georgina Kelman | Works on Paper Blog, saying, “A personal guide to fall 2006 museum shows in Paris.”

Creating Art

Dan presents Spirited Away posted at Drawmyface – Behind the Paintbrush.

Eric Ellen presents Star Rating Bar for your photos posted at Eric’s Photo Blog.

bobbarama presents bobbarama.com » Blog Archive » Stripping for fun posted at bobbarama.com

Maria Yu presents Copying the Masters posted at Life.

Dan presents 9 Steps to Creating Better Compositions posted at EmptyEasel.com,

Simon presents Suza – 23/10/06 posted at simoncollinsart.com.

Derek Andrews presents The Tool Rest: Inspiration for woodturners posted at The ToolRest.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the carnival of art

using our carnival submission form.

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December 9, 2006. Art News, Art Philosophy, Creating Art.

3 Comments

  1. LearningNerd replied:

    It’s great that you’ve started a blog carnival for visual art — I’m also surprised that there aren’t any others! I look forward to contributing in the future. 🙂 I’m just starting a blog about learning art from the point of view of a complete newbie. I’m sure I’ll be learning a lot from the articles here!

  2. Jeanette Jobson replied:

    I look forward to this expanding tremendously. I will promote this on my blog and hopefully add more readers.

  3. Happy anniversary to the Carnival of Homeschooling! « Let’s play math! replied:

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