Guardians of the North - The National Superhero in Canadian Comic-Book Art. Have you heard of these distinctive Canadian superheroes: Johnny Canuck, Canada Jack, and the Northern Light? These superheroes have been promoting Canadian heroism and patriotism since the early 1900s.
Sri Lanka - Art Sri Lanka- Excellent site on art history, Buddhist art etc. Click on Masks - lots of images - types and meanings. Preview the Art Today - I viewed some of the 43 Group - to see how you can use this contemporary art with your students. I recommend the non-flash version - but you can decide.
World Art Treasures, a large collection of art from Egypt, China, Japan, India, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand.
Dragana Jevtovic - Slip cast ceramics in three different decorating styles including African motifs of birds, feathers and geckos. Decorative utilitarian pieces. Dragana was born in Yugoslavia - now living in Cape Town, South Africa.
Glassmixer.com - Where you can submit ceramic glaze recipes and participate in the community.
Shakespeare Illustrated, explores nineteenth-century paintings, criticism and productions of Shakespeare's plays and their influences on one another.
Billie Ruth Sudduth - Basketmaker living in the North Carolina mountains. Her baskets are inspired by traditional Shaker and Appalachian styles - and also show connection to math. Read more about her on Mint Museum site.
Digital Art Museum - Offers opportunities for the presentation of digital art from all digital artists, and provides a forum for critical dialogue between emerging and established artists and their audiences. Several artists featured.
Serdar Camlica - Surreal 3d artworks - from Istanbul, Turkey. 3-D rendering and photography.
Fred Casselman - Place is called Earth Echo, a gallery of peace, love, and light on the internet. Many digital mandala images.
James Michael Lawrence - See his work on Minnesota Arts. James work is rich in imagery. You will find high quality digital images to inspire on the Minnesota Artists site (site takes a while to load - be patient - well worth the wait!). James wants students to be inspired by his work.
Fred Leavitt - Fine art, photography and web design. See his creation series. Mr Leavitt currently lives in, and works out of, Sebring, Florida.
Art Crimes: The Writing on the Wall, a site with graffiti art. This is a great resource for graffiti art. Warning!! Teachers must review this site before they let students view these pages. This art is street art and has the potential for scenes not appropriate to students.
Graffiti Verite, a documentary that explores the eclectic world of hip hop and the urban graffiti artist. This is one of a series of movies. You can also buy or rent it.
Nevercrew - The site features paintings, street art, and graffiti. Their blog shows everything they do and their news on graffiti and street art.
Access Art: Impressionist - Thanks to such pioneering donors as Mrs. Potter Palmer and Frederic Clay Bartlett, The Art Institute of Chicago houses one of the largest and most significant collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art in the world. Includes twelve images from the collection with detailed information. Lesson plans and glossary included.
Impressionism - A major movement, first in painting and later in music, that developed chiefly in France during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Fortier, Edmund - Black and white photographs of Africa from 1900 to 1910 - From Centre Edmund Fortier. (some images for mature students - teachers should preview)
Glover, David - Fine art photography - images of the storm strewn California coast. Big Sur, Monterey, and Carmel, coastline. Close to the water, lots of motion, mostly during stormy weather at sunset. Special galleries include Carmel River mouth and Monterey’s Cannery Row.
Lamson, Susan - PhotoImpressions. Photographs are digitally rendered using Photoshop, painter, and Kai Soap - from Richmond, USA Be sure to see the Farmers' Market!
Lost Trails - The Herodotus project which is a serialized translation of Herodotus along with extensive photography of many of the locations mentioned in the book so that a student of history can explore these sites in photographs while reading the text. Photographs by Shane Solow.
Herman Krieger - Photo Essays by Herman Krieger. Slice of American life - Humorous photographs of churches.
Mason, Teri - Photographer - Austin Texas. She loves working with children and new and expectant mothers. Brides and weddings are another favorite. At one time, Teri helped me with IAD and her work was appreciated.
McCurry, Steve - This artist's work has been featured in most national magazines, including National Geographic.
McNulty, Pat - Fine Art Photography Picture Gallery- You will see a variety of pictures here including free screensavers and wallpaper.
Eric Ehlenberger - Virtual art gallery of luminous art: sculpture and art installations by Eric Ehlenberger that incorporate neon light. Abstract and non-objective forms - wall mounts, floor sculpture, more. Geometric and organic. New Orleans artist. See also Glass Light Art Gallery.
Francisco Zúñiga (1912-1998) Latin American Sculptor - Figurative work for mature students. Born in Costa Rica - worked in Mexico. Site also has drawings and paintings.
Nicario Jinénez - Art of the Andes - Contemporary artist - maker of Retablos - sophisticated art in the form of portable boxes filled with brightly colored figurines arranged into intricate narrative scenes. Nicario now lives in Florida.
Tom Haney - Figurative sculptures - Articulated Artwork from Atlanta, Georgia. Maker of one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted automata and other works of modern folk art. Carved wood -mixed media assemblages. Be sure and view the newest additions - Six new work on his site! Watch the short videos, too.
Wakan, Elias - Sculptor from British Columbia. Sculpture is inspired by an appreciation of geometric forms. Sculptures in wood.