Hand-painted Furniture by Debra Argosy

I went through an obsession with painted furniture, boxes, candlesticks, trinkets, clay pieces—whatever struck me as being paintable. I love the entire process—from scavenging some sad old piece of furniture and shoring it up, then making it smooth and applying the paint in unusual ways. Each piece takes quite a bit of time and I never found the right market for them. Here are some samples. These pieces are for sale–prices on request but make an offer…it’s more important to me that my children go to good homes than it is to hold out for a higher price.

small table with faux marble finish
closeup view
end table with drawer, faux marble finish
closeup view
green and beige crackle-finish coffee table
crackle table closeup
small black and white marble faux finish table
custom-painted vanity by Debra
closeup of painted vanity

11 responses to “Hand-painted Furniture by Debra Argosy

  1. Wow, the painted marble furniture look amazing real! Very impressed.

  2. Thank you! Are you an artist?

  3. Still trying to catch my breath 😀

  4. Thank you Francis. This stuff is almost impossible to sell so I’ve given away one piece and would consider giving the rest of them away. I can’t have them in the house because they would be trashed by my pack. So they’re out in the shed, slowly but surely disintegrating from the heat and dryness of the Arizona sun.


    HI. A voice from your New Britain period. Very happy to have found you. Will follow up with more.LOVE YOU.

  6. Wonderful work i really amazed to see them.

  7. Daniel of NW Connecticut

    Is this the wonderful you with the always wonderful creative work? Is all wonderful with thee?

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