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Resources for Artists
Art-public.com is a specialized online resource for information and documentation dedicated exclusively to art in the public arena. They have an extensive links section that is broken up by country. They have a fee-based image library that is focused on public art.
Has thousands of pictures of graffiti from Canada and around the world. Mostly a Quebec focus, but has an extensive links list. Easier to navigate than Artcrimes. Links to a supply shop as well.
Book Arts Web
The Book Arts Web: this is one of the most comprehensive sites on book arts. Great site to go to if you are curious about the book arts and would like to learn more. Links to classes and workshops, artist’s images and more.
This is a very thorough and informative collection of links about all things ceramic. Hosts articles and images of current work.
International Sculpture Center
Site of the International Sculpture Center (publishers of Sculpture Magazine). This site has a good links/informational section that is broken down by need: technical, educational, computers, and sculpture organizations. Helps put sculptors in touch with what they need. The site also hosts a portfolio of member work.
Le Salon de PAINT-BY-NUMBERS
Le Salon de PAINT-BY-NUMBERS hosts images of completed paint-by- numbers artists as well as links to kits. Has an entire section of articles about the creation of paint-by-numbers kits. Put your skills to work!
This is a great list of links for the printmaker from Middle Tennessee State University. Covers all aspects and kinds of printmaking. Very easy to navigate. Compiled by Christie Nuell.
Society of North American Goldsmiths Resource Page
The Society of North American Goldsmiths resource page has links to galleries, images, schools, supplies and more. The professional guides section has information on how to write a proper artist statement, a show checklist and other helpful information.
Storm King Art Center
Storm King Art Center: museum that celebrates the relationship between sculpture and nature. The museum sits on 500 acres of land and all of the pieces are displayed outdoors. Has some images of the pieces in situ.
Surface Design Association
Surface Design Association lists resources by category: suppliers, education, galleries and museums, and textile organizations. It also includes a gallery of images culled from the members' slide library.