The Carnival of Art – #10

Dancing With Death

Dancing With Death,
by Jacquelinne White

Welcome to the January 30, 2007 edition of the carnival of art. Sorry about the posting delays, it’s a big one this month! Image submissions are still being accepted for the February 30 Carnival. Please submit them via the carnival submission form under artworks.

Don’t forget! you can add extra information about your post under “Remarks”

Featured Artwork

Sean J. Vaughan (on behalf of the author Dan Barker) presents Dancing with Death posted at Reason and Rhyme, saying, This is an original piece from Jacquelinne with a lighthearted look at death.

Art History

Laurie Bluedorn presents Home-Spun Artists: Historical Sketches — N. C. Wyeth posted at Laurie Bluedorn.

Art News

Jennie Rosenbaum presents Baring More Than Ever Before posted at Jennie’s Palette, saying, A new Interview with Figurative artist Jennie Rosenbaum.

Melanie Fain presents Happy New Year posted at Wildlife Art Blog.

NHyde presents The Project posted at Finders! Keepers? Art Project.

Kaye presents Regular readers know about my coffee break… posted at Zing Things for

Art Philosophy

Rich DiDio presents Art and Science Transvergence: Glowing Bunnies – FractaLog – FractaLog: A non-linear space for students of Chaos and Fractals posted at FractaLog, saying, “One of a series of occasional posts on the art/science/mathematics boundary. Original posts in this series were generated by students in a class on Chaos and Fractals.”

Creating Art

Tammy Vitale presents Evolution of an Art Process posted at Women, Art, Life: Weaving It All Together,

Dan presents Tips and Techniques for Correctly Mixing Color posted at

The Bizarre Jokester presents Painted Hands…. or ANIMALS??? posted at Amazingly Bizarre.

David Trager presents Dream Flight by ~blindedangel posted at Feel Good Vibes.

Susan Borgas presents CRT vs. LCD Monitors posted at Arts & Stuff, saying, “Artist that use their monitors need to be informed about differences with CRT & LCD. It is also important that monitors are calibrated often. This post is my effort to help artists to improve on what they see when using their computers.”

lorenzo presents Channeling Inspiration posted at RealitySeeds, saying, “The Inspiration Channeling Method can be used to invoke and channel inspiration for a multitude of purposes, including finding inspiration for art projects, creating new business ideas, speaking with customers or partners, writing inspired blog posts and articles, bringing the best contribution during work meetings, create new ideas, bring inspiration and advice to others, etc…”

D.A.N. presents Sights & Sounds from the Fifth Column – Music, Art, Articles & More » Stylized Sphere Sculpture – Wood posted at Sights & Sounds from the Fifth Column.

Robert Hunt presents Minds Eye Caught On Film posted at A Lifetime of Fulfillment by Living Consciously.

Alvin presents How to draw Anime/Manga 15: Arms posted at Alvin’s Art.

Maria Yu presents Interactive Quotes for Daily Inspiration posted at Life, saying, “I use Art to privide daily inspirations.”

LearningNerd presents Drawing Day 19: Shading Techniques posted at ArtNerd, saying, “This is part of my video blog about how I’m learning how to draw. It’s about a few shading techniques, with some useful links below the video.”

The Biz

Christine Kane presents Business Advice for Artists and Sensitive People posted at Christine Kane.

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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February 2, 2007. Art History, Art News, Art Philosophy, Creating Art.


  1. tammy vitale replied:

    Thanks for addition Women, Art, Life to this Carnival!

  2. Decelerator replied:

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Decelerator.

  3. esperanzahall63213 replied:

    das ist der beste text den ich je gelasen hab! toll (-: Click

  4. fergusonfinley2757 replied:

    “One night in Bangkok makes a hard man humble” – Jaja, der Kopf bleibt nicht stehen… -Du bist im Urlaub Alter! Aber das kommt schon noch.nMacht Click

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