Posts from the ‘art’ Category

Guest Post: Phoebe Munson


blog site address: www.pmuink.com, etsy address: https://www.etsy.com/, Phoebe Munson is a Brighton, UK based artist. She started Daily Doodle as a way to practice positive drawing habits. She believes that art doesn't need to be "worthy" to be worth sharing. You can find her art on Etsy or you can contact her at pmuink@gmail.com if you see something on the blog you like.

blog site address: http://www.pmuink.com, Phoebe Munson is a Brighton, UK based artist. She started Daily Doodle as a way to practice positive drawing habits. She believes that art doesn’t need to be “worthy” to be worth sharing. You may go to her site to find her Etsy store and contact information.

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“Clothespin Crucifix” by Carl D’Agostino


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“Painted Oar Scenes” By Carl D’Agostino


Abandoned oar as shore, Key West, Florida, acrylic paint

abandoned oar at seaside, Key West, Florida, acrylic paint

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“Autumn Folk Art” by Carl D’Agostino


water spout can and dust pan

water sprinkle can and dust pan

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“The Whale Hunt Folk Art”by Carl D’Agostino


Wood drawer from vanity as shadow box, poster board, acrylics paint, toothpicks , screen for rigging ship, thread for ship rigging

Wood drawer from vanity as shadow box, poster board, acrylics paint, toothpicks , screen for rigging ship, thread for ship rigging

1x3x12 wood base, white whale composition from yard sale $2, Captain Ahab carved and painted by me.

1x3x12 wood base, white whale composition from yard sale $2, Captain Ahab carved and painted by me.

Wonder Woman’s 75th Anniversary to be Celebrated on Forever Stamps July 21, 2016


US postage stamps are copyrighted. Post is out of public domain and stamps not intended for use or reproduction.

US postage stamps are copyrighted. Post is out of public domain and stamps not intended for use or reproduction.

My Dia de los Muertos Art(left click to enlarge)


"The March to Golgotha" by Carl D'Agostino, 30x20, mixed media.

“The March to Golgotha” by Carl D’Agostino, 30×20, mixed media.