AN EVOLVING LIST OF
VISUAL ARTS LINKS
A list of links for the artist in each of us. Hopefully the descriptions will prove helpful. I try to periodically check on these links but sites (and the owners of domain names) do change so please advise me of any problems. To report non-functional or inappropriate links, please e-mail email@example.com)--JT
African-American Art on the Internet: An impressive collection
of links to Internet sources for African-American art courtesy of the B. Davis
Schwartz Library at Long Island University
Afternoon: This on-line magazine published by my friends Steve Williamson and Bill Timberman features literary and visual arts. Its "images" section contains artworks by yours truly as well as works by my friend Rosa Vallado and others.
The Alphabet of Art: Explore the Alphabet of Art, a system of visual notation developed by sculptor, designer, and theoretician of art Robert J. McKnight and based in part on the work of Maitland Graves. Suggested by Sidne Kneeland and Jared Llund
Art Concepts for Kids: A gateway to great art activities for kids of all ages. Some are interactive on-line activities and some are instructions for activities to be done at home, school or your local library's summer program. Posted August 2012 Suggested
by Kevin of Mill Valley, California
Art Effects...Murals and Trompe L'Oeil: This is the website of Tim Haas and Linda Cassels-Hofmann who use a wide variety of techniques to create imaginative illusions with their murals and artwork. Also Faux Finishing.
artlex: A virtual dictionary of everything pertaining to art. A great resource for everyone from artists to art zealots.
artnetweb homepage: Molly Bloom invites all to enter this maze of gateways.
The Arts Map: A worldwide interactive map of artists' studios, arts organizations, galleries, museums and more. Clickable pins on the map provide information about each location. Posted 2.26.2010
Studios: View the provocative and expert works of artist Robert
Anderson, winner of a National Endowment Fellowship. Posted
Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology: The website of England's Oldest Public Museum.
Australian National University Art History: A huge image collection of Mediterranean prints from the 15th-19th centuries.
The California Museum of Photography: Maintained by the University of California in Riverside.
collageart.org: Information on the art of collage... Books about collage, Links to Collage Sites, more. Posted 3.4.00
Creative Inspirations: A site devoted to the Exploration of Creativity through the Arts and Spirituality.
The Delfina Studio Trust: An organization which awards residencies in London to young visual artists from around the world.
electroetch.com: Looking for a safe and environmentally friendly way to etch on zinc and copper? Happily, one can work and rework one's plates the "old-fashioned" way using the new (invented 1989 by Marion R. Behr and Omri Behr) method described at electroetch.com Posted 4.14.99
Exit Art/The First World: Transcultural, multi-disciplinary explorations of contemporary art issues.
Exposures Gallery: The website of my friend and neighbor, Nick Zungoli, photographer extraordinaire.
"eyebuzz": "eyebuzz" is the site of artist Timothy David George Thayer. It defies description but is definitely "real."
Fine Art Resources on the Internet: A concise and useful list of art resources. Posted 2.26.2010 Thanks to Mindy McQuade for the suggestion.
Fray's Website: Sometimes "fine art" is really commercial and
sometimes "commercial art" is really fine. If you're interested in the latter
visit the website of my friend and colleague Scott Fray.
Jim Gary: My long-time friend Jim Gary made wonderful metal sculptures out of stuff from the scrapyard. Kafi Benz, another friend of long standing, has created this website for him. Posted 6.7.02 Revised 2007
Golden Artist Colors: I recently toured Golden Artist Colors' manufacturing facility and headquarters. They offer the widest range of the acrylic products in the world and their quality is unsurpassed. They also provide great tech support for artists. You can find lots of valuable information at their quick-loading website. Posted 2.12.98
A Guide to Color Theory: A Gateway to the World of Color. Posted August 2012 Suggested by Kevin of Mill Valley, California
Claudine Hellmuth: Experience the evocative collages of Claudine Hellmuth. Posted 1.29.98 Revised 10.6.98
- The International Council of Museums.
A. J. Isbister, Artist of Visions: A. J. Isbister is a native plains Cree artist from western Canada who lives in two (or maybe more) worlds. See his collages and paintings and read about his dream spirit. Posted 1.10.00
The Japanese Paper Place: A great source for some of the worlds most wonderful papers.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: It has been said that, because of the inclination (read: tilt) of the United States, everything that isn't fastened down somewhere else eventually rolls into Southern California.
De Museumserver: A Gateway to Dutch Museums on the Web. Text in both English and Dutch.
National Endowment for the Arts ( US ): If it hasn't disappeared entirely.
National Museum of American Art: The largest resource in the world for the study of American art.
The Painter's Keys Artist Community: One of Canadian Artist Robert Genn's gifts to the art world is a twice-weekly newsletter which has attracted an enormous following and become the nexus of a vital art community..
Care of Works of Art on Paper...: Some useful and interesting
information on the preservation of paper artworks can be found in the second
article on this webpage (the first is about Maxfield Parrish). Posted
Paris, Museums of...: A Gateway to all the Museums in Paris, France sorted by category (painting, tapestry, sculpture, etc.)
Resource Library Magazine: This on-line only magazine focuses on representational art, past and present. Short articles let you know what's happening in museums and elsewhere.Posted 5.24.98
Room Without Walls: This handsome cyber gallery is the creation
of artist/illustrator Ted Warnell. In addition to Ted's own work, "a Room
Without Walls" also displays works by guest artists. Included are photographer
Robert Altman and singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie, and "Yours truly"
among others. Also check out the wonderful new media cyberart to be found
at Ted's expanded website www.warnell.com
Carol Sakai / Portraits of the Sacred Self: My friend Carol Sakai's paintings combine classical portraiture with a person's inner visions. She accepts commissions. Posted 9.15.98
ShawGuides: A large selection of Visual Arts Workshops listed in an easy-to-use searchable database. Also included in the database are workshops in crafts and many other fields. Posted 2.15.98
Angle: If you want to build something which is too big to build
by yourself, contact Jacob Schuiten and Jonathan Bradley of Solid Angle.
Jonathan Talbot's Studio: The website of painter, printmaker, & collage artist Jonathan Talbot, the creator of this list.
Cecil Touchon - Contemporary Art: Check out some great collages and other works by Cecil Touchon, President of The International Royal Academy of Post-Dogmatist Arts.
Tracy 168: The site of New York Graffiti Artist Michael Tracy who received his art training at the Lexington I.R.T. School of Art. Suggested by Stephen A.Williamson / 1.26.98
Transparent Dreams Glass Studio: Check out the stained and beveled glass creations of Mark Stine. There is also useful information on commissioning art glass works and recognizing good craftsmanship to be found at this site.
Salvatore Ventura: Sal Ventura's Website is an exemplary model of what an artist can make of the Internet. The artworks: high contrast watercolor renderings of architectural details. The links: extensive and good. And there is more... Posted 9.20.98
warnell.com: This continually evolving website created by my friend Ted Warnell offers answers and questions without answers. Thoughtful and artful, this is the site of an in-depth thinker. Posted 3.4.00 / Revised 10.26.004
Carol Wickenhiser-Schaudt Botanical Illustrator / Watercolorist The evolving site of a scientist/artist whose deep commitment to a wide range of human and environmental concerns is revealed in her artworks.
Women's Studio Workshop: Homepage of the nearby (to me) Woman's Studio Workshop which is not only for women. Great opportunities are available at this arts center located in Rosendale, NY (between New York City and Albany), USA
World Art Treasures: A searchable database presented by the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation. Some text in English, more in French.