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– Our mission is to become the definitive and most effective guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet:
definitive: We have compiled a comprehensive index of every artist represented at hundreds of museum sites, image archives, and other online resources. We have started out by covering the biggest and best sites around, and have links for most well-known artists to keep you surfing for hours. Update January/2006: We have now indexed over 2,300 art sites, and offer over 95,000 links to an estimated 180,000 artworks by 8,200 renowned artists.
most effective: The Artcyclopedia’s custom search engine is already the fastest way to search the Net for information about fine artists. Period.
museum-quality: There are scads of artists with home pages on the Web, many of whom are extremely talented. But we can’t list every site, and we really don’t want to set ourselves up as arbiters of who produces “quality” art and who doesn’t – making such a judgment is impossible over the Internet in any case. We feel that fairest approach is to rely on the worldwide network of museum professionals to make that call. So our general policy is, if an artist is in an arts museum collection, then he or she is qualified to be listed in our database.

ZX Printing Company
– Dot dot refers performance for printing gray tones. In Booklet Printing the printing process, the continuous harmonic halftone image dots are made to adjust the density of the performance.

George Cannon Photography
– ImageGuy is George Cannon. I am an artist and photographer living in upstate New York. I spent ten years working as a free-lance photographer, taught photography through adult ed for many years, and also owned and operated a stained and leaded glass studio for about twelve years. My interests have always been in art, architecture, graphic design, light, form, color, and line. I currently work at an art museum. This blog is for the expression of my ideas as they relate to my photography and my art, to promote my website, and to share some of my work with others. It is my catharsis and my podium. Your comments about my posts are welcome.
Any images of mine that you see on my blog or at my websites can be purchased through Imagekind. If you don’t see it in one of my galleries, write to me and I will make it available. Thanks.

– One community for creating, buying, and selling art, Imagekind introduces a new development in print-on-demand services. Artists of all types including, digital photographers, photographers, illustrators, graphic designers, painters, printmakers and draftsmen, can sell their work online with a free Imagekind online art gallery. Customers can readily find a wide variety of wall art, framed art, digital photography and poster art on our site. Imagekind fine art prints can be ordered with millions of combinations of frames, papers, canvas types, and sizes. Look through our large collection of photography and giclee prints. Also, make sure you check out our Masters of Art, famous artist’s biographies where you can learn detailed information about some of the most famous artist’s artwork and lives. Browse through the stories of these classic artists and discover why is the premier art community and resource.

– is dedicated to bringing customers the best selection of posters and art prints in the world. Our range of hundreds of thousands of posters and art prints, combined with our framing and mounting services and 100% satisfaction guarantee, make it simple and safe for customers to find a selection that is perfect for their home, apartment, or office.

Ardell Morton
– Ardell Morton is a Scottish landscape artist born in the U.S. of Scottish heritage.
A traditional oil painter, she specializes in the Highlands and the Hebrides Islands where she has traveled extensively, sketching and documenting the local landscape and wildlife. A large part of her time is also spent in historical research of Scottish clans in relation to their strongholds and medieval castle sites.

Art Renewal
– You have just entered the largest on-line Museum on the internet. A work in progress, steadily expanding with thousands of high quality images of the greatest paintings and sculpture in history, the Art Renewal Center is building an encyclopedic collection of essays, biographies and articles by top scholars in the field.
ARC is the Eye of the Storm, at the core, hub and center of a major cultural shift in the art world. With a growing body of experts, we are setting standards to become ARC Approved™ for artists, art schools, systems of training, museum exhibitions and historical scholarship, to bring guidance, direction, goals and reality to an art establishment that has been sailing rudderless for nearly a hundred years.
Additionally, the Art Renewal Center is a non-profit educational organization committed to reviving standards of craftsmanship and excellence. Only by gaining a full command of the skills of the past masters can we create the masters of tomorrow. This is a step forward for our culture. Experimentation and creativity can only succeed and prosper when built on a solid foundation of past accomplishments, with the tools which empower artists to realize their visions.
Nothing has been more restricting and debilitating than the theories of modernism, which eliminated these tools, along with the skills to employ them. We are providing a forum for artists, scholars, collectors and the public to appreciate great art, and to recognize that they’re not alone in their suspicions about the emptiness of modern and postmodern art. These suspicions are fully justified by the overwhelming body of evidence and historical facts.
To create the largest on-line Museum on the internet, with hundreds of thousands of oversized high quality images of all the known works of the greatest painters and sculptors in human history, cross referenced to the largest encyclopedic online art reference library of historical texts, essays, biographies and articles. To promote a return of training, standards and excellence in the visual arts. To provide responsible views opposing those of the current art establishment when warranted, especially as expressed in critiques of current art exhibitions, and in aesthetic philosophy. To disseminate the rich artistic heritage of 2500 years of accumulated knowledge in creating traditional, realistic images touching upon universal and timeless themes. To advance the understanding that Great Art begins with great themes and expresses them poetically through mastery of all aspects of technique. To repudiate the idea that development in art requires destruction of boundaries and standards, pointless emphasis on ‘newness,’ or pursuit of the bizarre and ugly as ends in themselves, and to expose as artistic fraud those works conceived only to elicit outrage. To provide a technical and historical resource for artistic information, including referrals to experts. To provide a forum for dialogue and exchange of expert information among educators scholars, curators, collectors and artists. To promote scholarship and research on the artists of the past and the rediscovery and preservation of their techniques and methods. To establish basic visual literacy standards across the world. Drawing must be introduced as part of the core curricula in K-12 and developed progressively until high school and beyond. To provide impetus for the reestablishment of high standards of performance in the visual arts of painting, drawing, and sculpture, and to promote the concept of recognizable quality as a primary criterion for the judgment of Fine Art. To offer a platform for discussion – both scholarly and informal – on art history, aesthetics, technical considerations, art education and other related issues, and to maintain honesty and frankness in our interaction with everyone, regardless of predisposition.
– is dedicated to all aspects of Asian art. It is our ambition to offer a forum for scholars, museums and commercial galleries. We display highlights of exhibitions in public and private institutions and galleries; present new discoveries by scholars and connoisseurs; and, by providing space for private galleries to present their works, offer the visitor a selection of fine Asian art worldwide.

– Awais Photography

– Welcome to the art of Richard Bizley. You will find this site divided
into Astronomical, Prehistoric, Science Fiction, Earthly Scenes and
Contempory Art. There is also a section on Models.
I was born profoundly deaf in 1959 and have had a life-long interest in art and the natural sciences as well as many other subjects. I am a Fellow of the International Association of Astronomical Artists and my paintings have been published in various magazines and books and have been exhibited around the country. Using specialist acrylic paints and my unique style of painting I am able to produce images which show clarity with a 3D effect. All images are painted in acrylics and many originals are available for sale.

Blank Studio & Gallery
– Lauri Blank creates original, one-of-a-kind works of art utilizing old-world styles and techniques.
She has participated in many exhibitions and one-person shows throughout the U.S. and has created a number of private commissions for galleries and private collectors.
The Gallery section of the website showcases an overview of Lauri Blank’s collection of original paintings.
For detail information on each piece, please visit the Paintings section.
Blank’s paintings may be purchased as signed, limited-edition reproductions, original oils, or as commissioned art.

Digital Grin
– Photography, Tutorials, Gear, Reviews, Book Reviews, Galleries, Dgrin Forums, Contests, and much more!

– My mission as a visual artist is to share the awareness that we feel better when we express feelings on paper, canvas or even by drawing in the sand at low tide! I take great delight in living simply and close to nature. I love to share a disciplined focus and a clear intent. My artist in the community goal is to assist others in diving deeply into physical, emotional and spiritual zones where true creative joy resides.

Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci
– Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci

Earth Tones Images
– Welcome to Earth Tones Images!
We’ve been having quite a bit of snow here in Colorado making for great winter opportunities but spring is finally creeping in. Soon we’ll be crawling around looking for great flower images and catching torrential streams full of run-off from all the snow. I have added a ‘Recent’ gallery for things I’ve been doing lately so take a look. Thanks to all of you who’ve supported Earth Tones Images this past year. Your comments have been great and I appreciate them all. Keep ’em coming in 2008 and check back to see what’s new!
Earth Tones Images is Colorado-based photographer John Dwyer. I have been a professional historian spending a great deal of time researching in interesting places, always with my camera in tow. I still travel, although not as frequently in my current career. Living in Colorado provides ample opportunity for beautiful images and I look forward to the chances I get.
I especially enjoy photographing landscapes and wildlife. I’m also interested in photographing historical subjects and meteorological phenomena. As a photographer, I love being out in nature, and then finding ways of communicating the scene through the camera. As a viewer of my images, I hope the images can give you the sense of being there.
The photos have been captured from many places in the U.S., Canada, the British Isles and New Zealand. There are so many very fine photographers with stunning web sites so thank you for taking time to view this one.

ex entropy fractal designs
– The name ex entropy can be loosely interpreted to mean “out of chaos”, or “from disorder”. It is a reference to chaos theory and the mathematics of complexity, the realm of mathematical and physical reality in which reside fractal geometry and the fractal universe. The geometry of fractals underlies the natural world, and the inherent beauty of the patterns and structures seen in fractals are evocative of those found in nature – in, for example, the characteristically self-similar patterns and forms of leaves and flowers, snowflakes, mountains, clouds, and river networks.
In recent years, due to advances in computer technology, it has become possible to give visual expression to these previously unseen, infinitely complex and beautiful mathematical entities. Powerful software such as Ultra Fractal has made it possible to create images from fractal formulae, applying coloring and other mathematical algorithms to the underlying fractal forms to create the work seen in the growing field of fractal art. A good starting point to further explore fractals and fractal art is the Infinite Fractal Loop.
For me, fractal images are the point where art and science meet, the perfect synthesis of the two which had previously eluded me.

– Dear friends, is a small private gallery, devoted to still life which is one of the most interesting genres of photography. Here you can exhibit your own works in this genre,take part in the discussion and exchange your experience. In the section “INFO” you can find detailed information about this gallery, its rules and a procedure of registration.

– Once upon a time, a fractal artist put up a web site.
Years ago, this web site started out as a small gallery and personal site for just one person. But it’s grown considerably since then, both in the amount of content hosted and the number of visitors who come to see it. We’re glad you came to visit, and we’re a also little bit shocked that you actually visited this page, because almost nobody does. exists to showcase fractal art, provide information about fractals, and promote fractals in general. We (the artists who build and maintain this site) want to show you our very best; we create this art because we love to do it.

– Equipment, Reviews and Tips for photographers.

Freeman Patterson
– Every artist is, first of all, a craftperson thoroughly knowledgeable about the materials, tools, and techniques of his or her particular medium and skilled in using many of them.
However, in my view, no amount of technical knowledge and competence is, of itself, sufficient to make a craftperson into an artist. That requires caring — passionate caring about ultimate things. For me there is a close connection between art and religion in the sense that both are concerned about questions of meaning — if not about the meaning of existence generally, then certainly about the meaning of one’s individual life and how a person relates to his or her total community/environment. This is not to say that every work of art is or should be a heavily profound statement, indeed many may be very light-hearted, but rather that consciously and unconsciously an artist engaged in serious work is always raising or dealing with the question: “What really matters?”

Galleria Silecchia
– Galleria Silecchia of Sarasota, Florida, USA, invites you to enjoy the visual experience of our online gallery.
As a contemporary fine art gallery, we offer original works and limited edtions by some of the world’s finest contemporary painters, sculptors, glass artists and ceramicists. Situated on the west coast of Florida. Galleria Silecchia has two galleries in Sarasota, both located on historic Palm Avenue in the heart of the Arts and Theatre District. With 4300 sq. ft. of exhibition space, we are the largest gallery in Sarasota, Florida.

James Nicholls Photography
– My life has been devoted to exploring and observing the sacred and the profane in ordinary lives and places, in places of conflict and calm. I find these images everywhere – in Bosnia, the Holy Land, and Sudan, a man rushing along the Seine, a quiet grove of trees along a highway, a staircase ascending to the heavens, a narrow opening of a doorway suggesting more, or water and sky as a place of joining. These images encourage wonder and challenge our carefully protected claims to space and time. Light has been the common element for me. I have been a student of poetry, philosophy, psychology, music and theology all my life. It is the light of the sun, of understanding, inner glow, and connection. I believe that the search is part of our nature and so we go in search of what is beyond. There is the mystery of the search and there is the hope of connection. Ultimately, the images, food for our travel, will find a home in those who welcome them.
James Nicholls

JPG Magazine
– JPG Magazine is for people who love imagemaking without attitude. It’s about the kind of photography you get when you love the moment more than the camera. It’s for photographers who, like us, have found themselves online, sharing their work, and would like to see that work in print.
JPG is a magazine. It’s published 6 times a year by 8020 Publishing and distributed nationally. You can pick up a subscription or find it in US bookstores like Borders and Barnes and Noble. Everything in the magazine comes from you!
JPG is a website. Here any photographer can join and upload photos and stories to their member page. You can also submit your work for consideration in the magazine.
JPG is a community. JPG exists because of, and exclusively for, photographers like you. Without you, we’re nothing.

– Ambint paintings and landscapes of the inner eye.

Louvre Museum
– The principle responsibility of the Louvre is to conserve, protect, restore, and develop France’s national art treasures, from the early royal collections to the most recent acquisitions. In carrying out this task, the museum’s scientific and academic staff displays steadfast commitment and universally recognized professionalism.
The priceless artworks housed in the Louvre are held for the benefit of present and future generations. Hence the vital importance of the museum’s mission to make these works available to the greatest number of people possible, from France and all over the world. To do this, it is our job to ensure that every visitor enjoys the best facilities possible. But it is also essential to promote cultural access: to do as much as we can to help each visitor to approach, understand, and enjoy the works they have come to see. With this in mind, we are committed to extend the range of information available at the Louvre in languages other than French, to further develop the museum’s wide range of educational resources and activities, and to make our buildings and collections more easily accessible—in every sense—to people with disabilities and to new audiences.

– “My greatest desire is to offer my whole heart, soul, mind and strength to honor and worship God and to be mightily used to declare his glory through my paintings.”
Satoshi Matsuyama
I compose my image putting them together with 300 of photographs which was taken by myself with digital camera, and painting many things there on my mac with Wacom tablet pens.
Each data on Photoshop CS3 is 30 to 60GB, when I’m working with them on my Mac driving controlled by SoftRaid 3.51 with 6 disks of ultra 320 SCSI array.
Printed more clear than the photography by 44 inches with “Digital Fine Arts Prints”, the model developed for “Fine Art”, on pure canvases.
My large formatted over 80 inches long printable .psb data (can not in tiff) is almost 5 to 7GB in 350 ppi resolution each works.
These images can not possibly be viewed on a computer screen.
It is imperative that these works be displayed on the walls of real galleries around the world, for all to see.
To truly understand the messages from our Creator these works must be viewed with the naked eye.
I think that If there is even an intention referred to as wanting to express,it will fulfill a Photoshop in the form which is in sight as a “Digital Fine Arts Prints”
That is a great gift for us living in today, no need to graduate art courage or education of photo technique.
We can make the impossible dream possible by this great digital technology.
I think that the possibility of this wonderful technology is the right currently equally gifted to all the people in the world, every tribe and tongue and people and nation, for their peace and happiness.

Magnum Photos
– “Magnum is a community of thought, a shared human quality, a curiosity about what is going on in the world, a respect for what is going on and a desire to transcribe it visually.”
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Magnum Photos is a photographic co-operative of great diversity and distinction owned by its photographer-members. With powerful individual vision, Magnum photographers chronicle the world and interpret its peoples, events, issues and personalities. Through its four editorial offices in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, and a network of fifteen sub-agents, Magnum Photos provides photographs to the press, publishers, advertising, television, galleries and museums across the world.
The Magnum Photos library is a living archive updated daily with new work from across the globe. The library houses all the work produced by Magnum photographers and some special collections by non-members. There are approximately one million photographs in both print and transparency in the physical library, with 350,000 images available online.
Within the library, most of the major world events and personalities from the Spanish Civil War to the present day are covered. There are constantly updated profiles on most countries of the world, covering industry, society and people, places of interest, politics and news events, disasters and conflict. The Magnum Photos library reflects all aspects of life throughout the world and the unparalleled sense of vision, imagination and brilliance of the greatest collective of documentary photographers. In short, when you picture an iconic image, but can’t think who took it or where it can be found, it probably came from Magnum.

meditation art
– Welcome to the Meditation Art line of Hindu and Buddhist Art from India and Fair Trade Art Products. Our constantly expanding Yoga Art Gallery brings ancient traditions and classic art to your yoga space or studio. The Reflexology Art Series highlights the balance between body, spirit, and vision that is yoga art.
Please have a look around our collection of fine art from India featuring Hindu Gods, Hindu Goddess, and Buddhist Artwork. We have traveled the world to bring you the finest art and fair trade art products available. These are hand made pieces of art made by indigenous people of India, who are paid a living wage for their work. Our quality crafted Buddha Statues come in a wide variety of poses and are made of metal, faux wood, faux ivory, and cast resin.
We are a small business who appreciates customer contact and answering any questions you may have about our products, or the symbols and deities featured on these pages.
The Meditation Art collection is original artwork by Indian Artists. Our hand painted prints are inspired by ancient imagery from the Rajasthan Region of India and are produced on paper, parchment, and cloth that is hundreds of years old. The lithographs of buddhist and yoga art are made using traditional methods and printed in limited editions, all signed and numbered by the artist.
Our magnificent miniature paintings exemplify the skilled work of a master craftsmen who uses rare, antique Inidan banknotes as his canvases. These banknotes are collectible in their own right. Many Budhdist and Hindu influences carry a theme throughout our collection of fine art work and our fair trade art products. All artists are paid a living wage and we take every step possible to support earth-friendly components to all our products.

Metropolitan Museum of Art
– The Collection Database is a searchable database of artworks and related materials from the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. An individual database record includes information about an object as well as images, when available. The Museum’s curators have selected several works of note within the collection Database as Highlights of the collection.
Due to the extremely large number of objects in the Museum’s permanent collection, not all artworks are currently available in the collection Database. Furthermore, information contained in the database records is, in some cases, incomplete, and all information is subject to change according to ongoing research and new acquisitions.

Michael Fatali
– “Early in my life I turned to the motherhood of nature for my personal and spiritual growth. This relationship with the natural world has been my lifeblood. I am drawn to places of mystery where I feel at peace with the power of the Earth’s spirit.
Over the years, I have learned to use my photography as a voice for the gospel of nature. It is my goal and mission to communicate the mysterious connections we all share with this land having chosen to be a portrait photographer of God’s creations. I will continue to practice ways that bring us a little closer to the spirit of nature.”

Mountain Galleries
– Established in 1992 in Jasper Alberta by artist/filmmaker Wendy Wacko, Mountain Galleries is one of the largest commercial galleries in Western Canada with locations in Banff, Jasper & Whistler Resort. The collection represents major and mid-career artists. The mission of the gallery is to support and promote Canadian Artists. Ms. Wacko brings 35 years of working experience in the arts to this collection and has assembled a staff of well educated young professionals who understand and respect the mission of the gallery. Understanding our clients needs and providing the best possible customer service is our top priority. The gallery has created an “artist in residence program” in all three locations which provides studio space and accommodation for the artists we represent.

my pink turtle
– Bold and colorful, funky and whimsical, amusing and decorative, you will find all these in my art.
My name is LuLu!
Angels, fairies, cats and other animals, Frida Kahlo and mermaids are among my favorite subjects to illustrate. I love to add words and sentences to my canvases, sometimes in French, the language I speak at home, other times in Spanish to fit with the vibrant colors of my Mexican images.
To learn more about my art, my studio and my life, please visit my blog at
My paintings are waiting to make you happy!

– We currently have more than 3000 images online ready for instant, free download. Many of the images here are exclusive for download on this site. All images have been made available free of charge under a creative commons license – see each image page for details.
All image files contain exif / metadata to assist in cataloguing and search. The site search facility uses google search technology to find the images you are looking for easily. There is also a convenient visual search in the form of our world map which can be accessed at the top of every page on the site.
Our photo library was shot on both digital and film media (mostly Fuji Velvia and Provia) and are available here at sizes round about 2100×1700, at 300dpi that makes them approx. 7×5.5 inches index
Being, we currently focus our work on all aspects of travel and leisure time in the UK>, but have a growing collection of images (approx 50 %) from europe and around the pacific rim, especially our new Australia galleries.
We have tried to bring you a useful and useable mix of not just the usual landmark and scenic images, but also useful travel context images like macro details and related textures to use as background in your layouts.
The images are provided free in charge in exchange for a credit to this site, Hence, all we ask for is for you to either print a credit with the photos or put a link somewhere on your web site. View full terms for more details.
We provide all our images un-sharpened as output from the scanner or camera (after color correction) to allow them to be used in both print and computer screen/electronic media.

Photoshop Support
– Photoshop Support

Robert Body Photography
– This website is about my pictures. Since 1997 i took my camera canoeing, skiing, hiking, roadtrips near and far… and sometimes i headed outdoors just to take pictures

Roi James
– I’ve spent several years building a spiritual home within me that would nurture
a belief in myself as an artist, a space that would allow for the materialization
of my hopes, dreams, and aspirations. These hopes and dreams have been so
delicate yet resilient. Looking back on my life I am utterly amazed that they
not only survived the most trying of times but grew and are now materializing
before my eyes.
The fulfillment of these hopes and dreams has little to do with whether I have the
power to carry them out and more to do with my willingness to receive them, to
let them fill that space that has always been there for them alone. That means
being willing to experience the joy and the pain of living the dream.
My painting is part of the realization of these dreams. Creating a painting is about
communicating what is in my heart more than anything else. Every painting involves
vulnerability and risk, and my willingness to release what is within me. When I am
open to creating without condition or expectation, I render the most satisfying and
fulfilling paintings.
I am careful with my subject matter. Realizing that what I paint is what is true or
becomes true for me, I choose to paint what supports the realization of my hopes
and dreams. Each painting is an affirmation to my spirit, an icon to remind me of
what it is I strive for, of what I want to release, and the freedom which is available
to me every moment of every day if I’m willing to accept it. My challenge has
always been to accept this grace, and I find myself more able to do so many
times throughout each day of my life. It is always available and it is always
my choice.
Roi James

Shami Kanekar
– Raised amongst the bright colors and intricate fabrics of life in India, memories of unusual color combinations, texture and design drive my creative process. I have had no formal education in art. I have studied art independently throughout my life, reading books on traditional Indian art and sculpture, and modeling my designs after them. My love of nature, particularly of plants and flowers, strongly influenced my creativity. I create stylized floral patterns, animals and abstracts, using watercolor and pen, and more recently, oil pastels.

Silk Artist
– Paintings on Silk by Leonard Thompson. Stunning silk painting and batik for connoisseurs of fine art”. – Today silk painting is an extremely popular art form but it is almost as old as the discovery of silk itself. With modern dyes and paints the design possibilities are limitless. Using a medium-weight habutai silk, Pébéo Setasilk iron-fixed silk paints, clear water solvent gutta and in some paintings batik wax as the resist, I have developed a technique that hides the resist lines. The finished pictures are carefully stretched and mounted on acid-free board and then framed for exhibition.

The Eternal Diogenes
– Verdirosi is an Italian artist and poet whose paintings and poetry are a metaphysical argument, a treasure trove full of painted dreams and unusual imaginations

The Golden Wood Studio
– The Golden Wood is my favorite painting from The Twelve Dancing Princesses and was the inspiration for the name of my studio. To me the image embodies the world of the fairy tale in all its magical richness, reflecting back to us the truth of our inner landscapes. It depicts a journey, a rite-of-passage into adulthood. Magical wishes, Ruth Sanderson

The Painter’s Keys
– By subscribing you have joined a world-wide community of creative people. We are mostly painters, but there are also a large number of sculptors, writers, photographers, and to a lesser degree collectors and art dealers and others who are just interested. Many subscribers are art students–often encouraged to subscribe by their instructors.

Tracey McNee Fine Art
– Welcome to Tracey McNee Fine Art Ltd., specialists in contemporary art in the U.K. With galleries in Glasgow and London we aim to supply quality mid-career artists’ works to the discerning collector. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive window into our galleries from your computer. This site is packed with content and images so please explore at your leisure and enjoy the works of the quality artists represented here. Use the links and contact details to get in touch with us or to join our mailing lists, we enjoy your feedback and suggestions and are always pleased to welcome new visitors. If you are an artist and you are interested in representation, please follow the “Artists’ Submissions Page” link on the left.

Vladimir Kush
– Kush Fine Times
Vladimir Kush
My American odyssey.

– Vladstudio is the project of Russian digital artist Vlad Gerasimov. In 1998 I started to design user interfaces for web sites and software applications. However, when I had some free time, I created desktop wallpapers. Over the time, this hobby has grown into business, and today I enjoy full-time self-employment, creating wallpapers for your computers and mobile devices. I love what I do, and I am happy that many people around the world love it, too!

– You will find in this section everything you need to know about the WetCanvas! community. From our humble grass-roots beginnings in 1998, WC! has grown into a veritable gold mine of information, serving painters, sculptors, illustrators, digital artists, photographers, and other visual artists.
We enter 2008 poised for explosive growth in features, members, and activity. There is a lot in the offing this year, and we could not be more excited to bring it to you. Our members are always the priority here at WC!, and no matter how much we add to the community, registration will always be free!
The Artist’s Magazine, Watercolor Magic, and Pastel Journal are the world’s leading technique and how-to publications for artists. We’re part of the F+W Publications group and we also publish North Light Books. But that only describes what we do. What about who we are¦
We’re artists and writers. Like you. And many of us are painters. Many of us have participated on WetCanvas! forums, and all of us believe deeply in the power of community. Many of our editors and writers will be actively involved in WetCanvas! That’s why this marriage with WetCanvas! is so important to us.
In our direct capacity, we see ourselves, first and foremost, as stewards of this community. We will do all that we can to serve, support and maintain the qualities that make WetCanvas! so compelling for its citizenry. We will also invest in this site, offering new content, events, and activities that we hope will add richness and depth to your experience with WetCanvas!. Membership will, of course, remain free of charge.
And we will always listen. As long as we’re in this stewardship role, we’ll look to you to tell us what works, what needs work, and how we can better serve.
Thank you for your participation in this community. It is a pleasure and a privilege to be a part of WetCanvas! with you.
Warm Regards,
David Pyle, Group Publisher for F+W Publications, Inc.
Karyn Meyer, Lead Administrator for WC!
– Winter Fine Art & Antique Auction Catalog – Aspire Auctions, Inc. was formed in 2002 to assist collectors, their heirs and agents to preserve and maximize the value of lifetime collections and acquisitions. Through professional and thorough research, we provide the buyer and seller with authoritative valuations. Confidence is essential in building long term relationships with our clients. Our expertise in the marketplace continues to grow and to produce admirable results with many auction records achieved. Aspire’s market extends to all corners of the world wherever wealth is to be respected and collectors continue to exercise their privilege to acquire. For those of you entrusted to manage your clients belongings in a fiduciary capacity, Aspire Auctions invites you to let us assist in the realization of an equitable and timely disposition. We manage an extending form of marketing here and abroad. By means of our extensive private mailing list, our proprietary online auction software and through advertising in the United States and the foreign press, we reach buyers throughout the world.

Zenith Gallery
– Since opening our doors in 1978, Zenith has established deep roots in the nation’s capital and with artists and collectors across America. And, throughout our history we’ve pushed boundaries and broken ground with an ever-changing selection of paintings, sculpture, neon, photographs, tapestries and mixed-media pieces that stimulate, engage and have profoundly enhanced our clients’ residential, corporate and public-space environments.
Long at the forefront of the Washington arts scene, we seek out and feature exceptional artists at varying stages of their careers. Many have been with us for 30 years and are now well-known and established, while others are young bright lights on the horizon.