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 Zingpictures.com

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 EmptyEasel.com.

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. 4 comments.

The Carnival of Art – #9


Welcome to the December 30, 2006 edition of the carnival of art. The last edition of 2006!

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 9th Blog carnival!

Art History

Ryan Morin presents Picasso, Matisse and the Female Nude posted at The Netpreneur.

Lawrence of Arabia presents notes on elizabeth nourse’s arabia (the mosque at tunis) posted at revolt in the desert, saying, “Against the tendency of most 19th century orientalist painters, Elizabeth Nourse presents a broader and more coherent vision of Islamic society in her painting of the mosque at Tunis. -LoA”

Art News

Georgina Kelman presents An Afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art posted at Georgina Kelman | Works on Paper Blog, saying, “A tour of what’s on at one of New York’s great museums”

Art Philosophy

John Wesley presents How to Teach Yourself a Foreign Language posted at Pick the Brain – Wit and Wisdom for Your Inspiration, saying, “Start reading great poetry in the original language by teaching yourself a new language.”

Creating Art

Don West presents Pondering Food posted at Idle Minutes, saying, “An illustrated blog with a humorous twist about all sorts of subjects…each with a watercolor illustration. All to promote the fun of drawing and sketching practically anything.”

Renata Vincoletto presents Rio posted at A geek Family.

AWB presents Black Looks posted at Black Looks, saying, “art as activism”

Dani Jones presents Texture: How to Make Better Art with Jelly Beans posted at Dani Draws, saying, “Dani Jones is an illustrator who has been published in various children’s books and magazines. In this tutorial, she explains how she uses texture to make her digital illustrations more painterly.”

Dan presents How to Draw what you See posted at EmptyEasel.com.

D.A.N. presents Sights & Sounds from the Fifth Column – Music, Art, Articles & More » Become a Fifth Columnist posted at Sights & Sounds from the Fifth Column.

Jeanette Jobson presents The artist’s cat posted at Illustrated Life.

Ted Reimers presents Ohio State Football Stadium built with legos posted at CampusGrotto, saying, “Here is an amazing model built completely of legos of the Ohio State football stadium…Just in time for the Bowl games.”

The Biz

Lisa Grissom presents What I Learned About Football posted at pigletpaper.com, saying, “Details my discoveries about the value of a team gleaned from photographing football.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
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carnival submission form.
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January 3, 2007. Art History, Art News, Art Philosophy, Creating Art, The Biz. 4 comments.

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.

The Carnival of Art – #7

Firstly My Apologies for the delay in this carnival, I will try not to let it happen again. Now, without further ado – Welcome to the seventh edition of The Carnival of Art!

Art News

Melanie Fain presents Hummingbird in Peril Brings Acclaim to Artist posted at Wildlife Art Blog.

Annette Monnier presents Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction – News posted at PAPER RAD!!!!!!!.

Derek Andrews presents Pfeifer and Flynn on collaboration posted at The ToolRest

Georgina Kelman presents Georgina Kelman Works on Paper: From Picasso to Pinocchio posted at Georgina Kelman Works on Paper.

Kevin Surbaugh presents Chesney Park NIA – Great Mural Wall of Topeka – Updates: Great Mural Wall of Topeka Minutes: 10/19/06 posted at Chesney Park NIA – Great Mural Wall of Topeka – Updates.

And I explore the case of Frisco teacher Sydney McGee and the implications of her firing and the suspension of New York teacher Panse at my blog Jennie’s Palette

Creating Art

Polliwog presents Stripping for fun posted at bobbarama.com.

Matthew Bamberg presents Digital Traveler

And regular Simon presents more Nudes at Simon Collins – Life Drawing.

That concludes this carnival. Stay tuned, because very shortly I will be presenting the next carnival. then we will be all caught up. Until Next time and thanks for reading,

Jennie

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November 22, 2006. Art News, Creating Art. Leave a comment.

The Carnival of Art – #6

Welcome to the 6th edition of the carnival of art.

Art History

Praxical takes a look at Reflecting myself posted at Pursuing Praxis.

Art News

Douglas Galbi presents a “Review of Conversions, an exhibition at the Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA” – get off the couch posted at purple motes,

Creating Art

Firehead4 presents Art for Coffee’s Sake posted at firehead4.

and Regular Simon presents Elizabeth 28.8.06 posted at simoncollinsart.com and Suza – 21.8.06 posted at simoncollinsart.com, saying, “another one, better late than never!”

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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September 14, 2006. Art History, Art News, Creating Art. 3 comments.

The Carnival of Art – #5

Welcome to the August 25, 2006 edition of the carnival of art.

Art News

Jeremiah McNichols presents Is Modern Art Going the Way of the Symphony? Met Raises Admission Fee To Become One Of Nation’s Most Expensive Art Museums posted at Think In Pictures: Adventures in Visual Education, saying, “A discussion of rising admission fees at major American art museums, with examples from across the country.”

Creating Art

simon presents Jaqi 14.8.06 posted at simoncollinsart.com

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the carnival of art using our carnival submission form.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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August 25, 2006. Art News, Creating Art. Leave a comment.

The Carnival of Art – #4

Welcome to the fourth edition of The Carnival of Art. Thanks to everyone who submitted this fortnight. If you would like to submit a blog article about art please look at out submission guidelines.

To kick off This fortnight’s issue, Nickola McCoy presents her definition of art in Artist’s Blog : Original Paintings By Nickola McCoy: What Is “Real Art”? posted at Nickola McCoy.

Simon, one of our regulars, brings us further life drawings with Yvonna 31.7.06 and Life Drawing posted at Simon Collins – Life Drawing.

Ashok discusses iconography in On Iconography posted at Ashok’s Blog.

shardcore at shardcore takes a political poke in his instructional Paint your own Bushfinger

Paul at Paul’s Tips presents a look at sophistication in How to develop more sophisticated taste

And finally, The paintings are fantastic, but the history behind them is even more amazing. Georgina Kelman checks out the newly restituted Gustav Klimt paintings now on view in New York. Crazy for Klimt posted at Georgina Kelman Works on Paper.

That concludes the fourth Carnival of Art issue, Come back next fortnight for more blog articles on the world of visual arts.

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August 9, 2006. Art News, Art Philosophy, Creating Art. Leave a comment.

The Carnival of Art – #3

Welcome to the third edition of The Carnival of Art. Thanks to everyone who submitted this fortnight. If you would like to submit a blog article about art please look at out submission guidelines.

To start things off we have Georgina Kelman. After having visited all three of the DADA show venues (Centre Pompidou — Paris, National Gallery — Washington, DC, MoMA — New York), Georgina sums up the experience with her overall impressions. DADA at MoMA posted at Georgina Kelman | Works on Paper Blog.

Ashok probes into American heritage in On American Portraiture posted at Ashok’s Blog.

Simon presents Rita — 17.7.2006 posted at Simon Collins – Life Drawing.

Manny Blocker writes about artist Ron English at The Tastemakers Society.

Jennie von Eggers at Creative Homeschooling looks into a fun and easy family art activity in Make a Family Cartoon Clock!

Jennie Rosenbaum starts a hard hitting blog project examining her goals in 5 Simple Steps to Owning My Career at Jennie’s Palette.

and Arts Forever at Arts Forever writes about Art Rearranged: The Shock of the New and the Comfort of the Old

That concludes this issue, Come back next fortnight for more art blogs

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July 28, 2006. Art History, Art News, Art Philosophy, Creating Art. Leave a comment.

The Carnival of Art – #2

Welcome to the second edition of The Carnival of Art. Thanks to everyone who submitted this fortnight. If you would like to submit a blog article about art please look at out submission guidelines.

This Fortnight, Simon presents His life drawings of Yvona – 26.6.06 and Elizabeth 3.7.06 posted at simoncollinsart.com.

Kneon Transitt takes a hilarious look at caricatures in Punxsutawney Phil. And nudists. posted at kneon transitt shouldn’t be allowed to blog.

And Jennie extemporizes on the latest controversy surrounding Damien Hirst in The Proper Pickling of Dead Sharks posted at Jennie’s Palette.

Paul at The Sharpener presents My admiration for modern art

That concludes this issue, Come back next fortnight for more art blogs.

July 13, 2006. Art News, Creating Art. 2 comments.