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Shows

Ansel Adams
works can be found here in the WWW exhibition of Ansel ADams: Fiat Lux exhibition.
ArtAIDS
is a collaborative art project and Internet event open to all digital artists. The MBone event happens on August 28th, 1994 at noon Pacific Standard Time. ArtAIDS is happening to commemorate and celebrate the fight against AIDS.
Cati Laporte
shares a unique collection of her fake stamp art. Cati shared her work with many of us at the SCAN'94 Conference in Philadelphia this past August. Definately some awesome work.
David S.Hull
shares some of his digital paintings.
Dave Nation
shares some of his sculpture works in many different media.
Depth Probe
Alan Eyzaguirre presents perspectives and historical influences of the 1990's American Experience via reviews, dreams, journals, and visual art.
DoIt
a Emailed Image Collaboration between Keven Sawad Brooks and Bob Anderson.
OTISians.
Enrique Vega Artist-Metalsmith
Journey into Vega's architectural & public art work which includes custom details such as railings, stairs, and gates, as well as furnishings and art pieces. Enrique takes a hands-on approach to his craft, from project development and computer design through actual creation and installation of the artwork.
Enfolding Perspectives
Internet Art show by Simran Singh Gleason
Erico Menczer: "A Man with the Umbrella"
Erico Menczer is a painter, photographer and cinematographer from Rome, Italy. His home page is maintained by Filippo Menczer who is currently at the University of California at San Diego (fil@cs.ucsd.edu). This is a gallery containing his biography and some of his works, both paintings and black&white photographs.
Hilary Rhodes
has a space in Australia where she is showing some of her digital works...
Horror, Fear, and the Grotesque in Art
by Andrew C. Tong
International Interactive Genetic Art
Fascinating user-influenced application which uses genetic algorithms to "mutate" computer art. Beautiful even if you don't consider the theory behind it (but even better if you do!).
John Pacovsky
considers himself to be a philospher who paints. He is known as the Absolut Artist of the nineties.
John Welker
a writer, poet, philosopher and artist. He illustrates from what he perceives is reality and converts it, through a Surrealist manner, into an intricate and awkward piece baffling yet amusing to the viewer's eye.
Mari Broenen - Fine Artist
Explore the offerings and talents of Mari Broenen - abstract painter. Mari resides in the Santa Cruz, CA mountain area and has recently established a new studio where she creates her work. Her paintings are receiving attention in art circles, and starting to become popular amoung collectors of abstract art.
Nick Carruthers
molds gummi art erasers into various caricatures and now has them on display in his virtual studio.
Jane Patterson
Some photography and various other works...
Paul Wiegand
is an artist in Lancaster County Pennsylvania and works in watercolor, oil and woodcuts. He is striving to cature the farmland life in the Southeastern Pennsylvania area before it is lost to development.
"Putrid Afterthought,"
Antonio Medoza's Digital Art Gallery at Underground.Net features an extensive collection of digital collage. to quote: "Putrid Afterthought is what is seen when one stares into the double-barreled shotgunned cesspool of hyperreality. View at your own risk. May cause irreparable libidinal damage.
Skai Fowler
Photographs of master paintings superimposed on self portraits
SPRAXLOID's Spilled Chemicals & Smeared Ashes
Original Drawings, photographs, etc
Recycled Images from the Public Domain
Refiltered Appropriations.
Strange Interactions
Internet art show by John Jacobsen
the place
The place is a WWW site created and maintained by joseph squier. It is an experiment in how contemporary artists can create electronic artworks and distribute them within a virtual community.
Tom Jack
exhibits "The Conscious, Waking State" which is a collection of awesome poetry and some art by Mary Vollero.
Walter Lieberman
is a Seattle artist and this is a show of selected images of glass paintings and glass sculpters.
Web Art Project
Paul Joiner has started a new W3 art project (inspired by the Anniverse).

Galleries

Virtual galleries as well as real galleries that happen to be online.
The 1995 Alternative Virtual Biennial
This exhibition displays images by artists who work with new aesthetics which are not recognized by the Whitney Museum of New York City. The exhibition runs from April through June, 1995.
Art on the Net (art.net)
has various studios and gallery rooms that are curated by artists who are showing their works. This site is dedicated to helping artists come up on the Internet and helping them to share their art via the World Wide Web.
ART HOLE
is an interesting virtual gallery space that features many different types of Internet art...
aRt_sLab
is a student-maintained on-line art gallery at UCSD and is a virtual artspace showing the undergraduate and graduate artists' work there.
The ArtNet
is a place that is currently showing "The Last Words of Dutch Schultz" and and exhibit by Heath Bunting.
911 Gallery
specializes in electronic media art and strives to promote awareness and appreciation of electronic media in the fine arts.
The aarT Gallery and Drux Gallery
The aarT Gallery and Drux Gallery at Wimsey in Vancouver, B.C.; maintained by Kent Barrett.
(Art)^n Laboratory
is pleased to announce the opening of their new WWW server. (Art)^n is the inventor of PHSColograms (Virtual Photography), a unique, full color, 3D display medium, which can be viewed without 3D glasses. You can find out about PHSColograms, the History of (Art)^n Laboratory, and how PHSColograms work. There is also a gallery of over 250 images, drawn from (Art)^n's collaborative works with artists, scientists, and mathematicians.
Art Crimes,
a graffiti art gallery, features wall art from the U.S. and the Czech Republic. These elaborate, spraypainted pieces are fresh off the street and shockingly good. See guerrilla art worth being arrested for.
Art Gallery
at twinbrook.cis.uab.edu, a gopher list of links to art stuff.
Art Studio
hosts works by various artists who are sponsered on the Web by the Internet Presence Providers.
ArtOnline
is a new Web Server showing art from contemporary artists. They specialize in offering limited editon prints and artists proofs. These include open editions and original paintings. Currently their shows include unique ethnic prints by African American, Native American, and Southwest artists.
ArtMetal
is a volunteer venture of a group of metalsmiths and organizations who strive to discuss and disseminate information concerning various aspects of working artistically with metal. Current exhibitions of individual artists work are always on display in the ArtMetal Gallery.
Atelier Nord
is a workshop and gallery for electronic art sited in Oslo, Norway. 27 professional artists work here within the realm of electronic art.
Chez Rampart Art Gallery
is pleased to announce an exhibition of works by internationally known painter and illustrator Julie Snyder. Chez Rampart is an Art Gallery featuring fine art works by some of today's most interesting artists, with an emphasis on analog (that is, non-computer produced) art.
CMU SCS OZ Project Home Page
Crash Art
located on Bazaar.com, this unique art site offers really powerful moving images in a almost cartoon fashion. "Now that art has died, and the audience has withered away, we find ourselves free of two dead weights. Now, everyone is some kind of artist, and the audience has regained it's innocence, we now have the ability to become the art we experience." (quote from the site)
EEG's Digital Picture Archive
FineArt Forum Gallery
local and linked galleries at the FineArt Forum
Fineart Online
The source for information on the art-meets-technology world extends its years of service on-line from gopher and email into the Web. A must visit for artists of every shape.
The Lincoln OnLine Gallery
shows various artists in their area. It's quite a nice place to stop by and visit.
The Kandinsky Image Archive
Marius Watz' Art Gallery
Medical Illustrators Art
is a collection of some really awesome art that relates to many images you would associate with the medical field.
Michigan State University Online Photo Gallery
OTIS
Online art gallery, and UWI-related to boot! Of course, it has been getting fantastic reviews from all over the net and art world(s).
Pearl Street Online Gallery
is a really nice place to visit in cyberspace. They are based in Boulder Colorado and host artists that work with many mediums...
Ranjit's Playground Gallery
Rob's New Multimedia Lab
Salmo Trutta
is an online art gallery which specializes in contemporary realism and art work oriented towards nature and wildlife.
Sandra Morton Fine Arts
shares works from their Bali Collection...
System Zero
is, among other things, a gathering place for the collaborative exploration of creative experiment - especially those of exotic or controversial nature.
The Electric Gallery,
this virtual electronic art gallery on the Web, has a new look, with new paintings. For those who have not yet browsed through the Electric Gallery, it contains a large collection of original primitive and naive art. The JPEG reproductions of the paintings really are spectacular!
Treasures of the Czars Exhibition
is currently featured at the new Florida International Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Underground.Net
Features extensive music references, artwork, etc.
Virtual Gallery
Features a show of works by James Talmadge.
Virtual Reef Gallery
is a new art site on the Web featuring the work(paintings,poetry,&fiction) of Jan Marica.
Web Street Mall Arist Sites
offers a collection of spaces where artists show their works.
Wentworth Gallery
specializes in providing a wide selection of original oil paintings, limited edition serigraphs, lithographs and sculptures from artists around the world.
Ylem's Art on the Edge
A project of Ylem/Artists using Science and Technology to create art in new media such as computers, kinetic sculpture, interactive art, holigrams, robotics, 3-D media, film, and video.

Auctions

Auctions of art that have found their way to the Internet and WWW.
The Raymond Loewy Archives
Raymond Loewy was an American Industrial Designer (1893-1986) and helped create the profession of the industrial designer. This exhibition displays images and information about the Raymond Loewy Archives that are to be auctioned in France June 10, 1995. The entire archive will be auctioned off and offers museums, historical institutions and interested parties a unique opportunity for both research and development of exhibitions.

Journals

RUNE: An MIT Journal of Arts and Letters
is now on the Web with Volume 15. The print-version of this student-run publication comprises an even 100 pages of photographs, paintings, computer art, stories, essays, and poems by MIT students, faculty, and staff. That's all here, and then some.

The Unit Circle
is a Zine that is published on the web as well as in hardcopy. The new 4th issue is out now and it covers a wide area of topics including the arts.

Art resource lists

Art on the Net (art.net)
has various studios and gallery rooms that are curated by artists who are showing their works. This site is dedicated to helping artists come up on the Internet and helping them to share their art via the World Wide Web.
Art Source
is a gathering point for networked resources on Art and Architecture. The content is diverse and includes pointers to resources around the net as well as original materials submitted by librarians, artists, and art historians, etc.
ArtWorld
is a multimedia cultural information service.
ATLAS Arts and Technology Resource and Reference
at wimsey's ANIMA
Banned Books Online
features books available on-line that have been the objects of censorship, particularly by legal authorities or by schools. The exhibit is particularly appropriate now, as a reminder of the continuing struggle for free expression and the increasingly important role of computer-based forms of expression.
Center for Electronic Art
is a international resource for state-of-the-art media education and production. This is a non-profit educatonal corporation and they offer an Internet Course series that covers the basics of getting around to web authoring on the Internet.
List of art-related Web resources
maintained by Jane Patterson.
NYFA
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) now has a new resource for artists and others on the Web. NYFA is one of the largest funders of artists in all disciplines in the country and provides a host of other funding, management and information services for artists and their organizations in New York State and across the nation. Arts Wire, the national on-line network for the arts, is just one of the Foundation's many programs. Learn about the fellowships and residencies available for artists, discover how your project could be sponsored by the Foundation and what fiscal, management and information services are available.
Photopia
Stock Photography on the net...
Plugged In
is a place in East Palo Alto, CA that offers the local community a place to go where they can surf the net. It is also a space that is available to people (of all ages) who want to participate in various projects that involve the creation of stories and art, and a whole lot more. Definately a place for budding artists. :)
The Santa Cruz Visual Arts Index
contains art information for Santa Cruz County for both the artist and the art enthusiast. The index contains a listing of local art spaces (museums, art galleries, restaurants, and other exhibition space) in the Santa Cruz area.

Organizations and Museums

Art School
is currently featuring works by Keith Haring in their Orange Room.
CISR
The Centre for Image and Sound Research, Vancouver, B.C. (See CISR Intro Page)
GVUC,
the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center at Georgia Tech.
Krannert Art Museum
in Champaign, Illinois (USA)
Syracuse University Computer Graphics for the Arts
This is a place that facilitates the collaboration between artists at the Syracuse University and others located across the Internet.
University of California Museum of Paleontology

TBF - To Be Filed...

The Visual Resources Curator of the Department of Art at Appalachian State University would like to announce the on-line Rosen Sculpture Exhibition. The ROSEN EXHIBITON is located on the Department of Art Homepage.

The Algorithmic Image Gallery is now open on a experimental image server at the Physics Institute of the University of Bari in Italy.

The Unit Circle Home Page
ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/unitcirc/unit_circle.html
Earl Vickers - Home Page
ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/earl/earl.html
Uni High Art Space
http://superdec.uni.uiuc.edu/departments/finearts/art/artspace/uniartspace.html
The Edgerton Center's Online Photo Gallery
http://the-tech.mit.edu/Gallery/gallery.html
Electronic Art Gallery
http://www.wimsey.com/Pixel_Pushers/
International Teletimes -- Photon '94
http://www.wimsey.com/teletimes.root/photon_94.html
NWHQ
http://www.wimsey.com/~jmax/index.html
The Anecdote Gallery
http://www.msen.com/~peterw/gallery/gallery.html
Art Gallery - Home
http://heiwww.unige.ch/art/
Pearl St. Online Gallery
http://antics.com/
Kaleidospace
http://fire.kspace.com/
Other SU Art Projects
http://ziris.syr.edu/OtherArt.html
Cirque
http://lancet.mit.edu/cirque/cirque.html
Fine Arts at Mount Allison University
http://www.mta.ca/FineArts/FineArts.html
The Electric Gallery
http://www.elpress.com/gallery/homepage.html
HypArt - The Project
http://rzsun01.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/cgi-bin/HypArt.sh
ISEA '94 Information
http://www.uiah.fi/isea/
Pixels Hand-Painted, and otherwise Manipulated
http://www.willamette.edu/~jpatters/art/elec-gallery.html
Art Sites
http://www.gatech.edu/adam/art.dir/art.html
The Doctor Fun Archive
http://sunsite.unc.edu/Dave/archive.html
CROSSWIRE Images
http://cui_www.unige.ch/Chloe/OtisCrosswire/
Filter Art
http://cui_www.unige.ch/OSG/FilterArt/
ANU Art History Top Level Menu Page
http://rubens.anu.edu.au/
ArtSource
http://www.uky.edu/Artsource/artsourcehome.html
Le WebLouvre - Famous Paintings exhibition
http://mistral.enst.fr:80/~pioch/louvre/paintings/
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  • Weather images can be found in the Video section above.
  • If you love art, here are some Art and Image Sites
    Music Images from U Wisconsin-Parkside
  • Forget the cost of flying to the Big Apple, renting a limousine, donning a tuxedo, and fighting traffic to visit an exclusive art gallery. Now you can skip the trip, uncork the wine, invite some friends home to view an exhibition, and appreciate quality art electronically over the Internet. The Electric Gallery contains an exclusive collection of original native Haitian paintings for view and sale with prices ranging from $100 to $2300.

  • The Ohio State University at Newark, Art Gallery is excited to announce that its current Roy Lichtenstein Pre-Pop, 1948-1960 Exhbition is now available for the public to view. The Art Gallery has included over 30 works of the famous American artist, most of which have never before been shown to the public. This unusual and very important exhibtion will help in understanding how the artist arrived at his more famous Pop Style. The Art Gallery is committed to exhibiting local, national and international artists of all statures. From now on exhibitions will be made available to the public. Please watch for future updates!

  • Xtoys contains a set of cellular automation programs for generic xwindows. Included are Ising, Potts, sandpile, and totalistic automaton models. The xtoys gallery contains a collection of images made with these programs.

  • Media West Editions is proud to announce the signing of a number of world-renowned digital artists for the upcoming Pixel Pushers Exhibition of Original Digital Art. Included in the line up are Oscar-winning composer and musician Buffy Sainte-Marie, some of Canada's foremost graphic artists including Yuri Dojc and Louis Fishauf, Vancouver-based typographer Stephen Herron, and digital art innovators from the U.S. including Diane Fenster, Jeff Brice, Helen Golden and the mastermind behind Kai's Power Tools, Kai Krause.

  • Le Louvre
  • Nicolas Pioch, Telecom Paris
    Two exhibits in one. The first is an exhibit from the world-famous art museum, including many well-known works from famous artists, the other is a tour of Paris.

  • ArtServe - Australian National University
  • Gallery of Interactive On-Line Geometry - UMN Geometry Center
  • Interactive Genetic Art - Scott Reilly and Michael Witbrock, Carnegie-Mellon U.
  • A hypermedia exhibit of Amiga-generated art (images and movies) is now online as part of Michael Witbrock's Amiga page.
  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill now has a Web server. Interesting documents include the UNC Virtual Museum (which currently contains a hypermedia version of the Library of Congress Soviet Archives Exhibit and a Mathematical Art Gallery) and more.

  • A strictly experimental Web server is running at Conservatoire National des Arts et M tiers in France.

  • index to multimedia information sources
  • a selection of Australian bird line drawings and bird calls.
  • New exhibits online at NCSA: Spacetime Splashes: Catching the Wave in Einstein's Equations from NCSA's Applications group, and The Fractal Microscope from NCSA's Education group.

  • A really slick International Interactive Genetic Art exhibit is now online, courtesy Michael Witbrock at CMU -- it uses fill-out forms to allow you to "vote" on images and contribute to the next iteration of the genetic art.

  • ciao - SOME MPEGS HERE
  • mark - IAO: The Internet Arts Omnibus (not always available, but try!)
  • The Computer Graphics Unit at The University of Manchester provides computer graphics and scientific visualization services. They are now serving information on the Web, including descriptions of graphical software they have developed (much of which is freely available), and graphics research they are doing (which means lots of pretty pictures and several MPEG movies you won't have seen before). Or you could look up the staff there.

  • Postmodern Culture, the online journal, now has an official Web server. It is part of the new Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia Web server.

  • The Computing Science Dept. at Uppsala University announces its WWW server. It contains some local information about the department, technical reports archive (under construction), a map over the campus and other departments with WWW servers. It also contains the home pages of Mailed Art 94, Uppsala. Deadline for contributions is June 1st for digital art. We hope to have the catalog on-line later.

  • ArtSource , is a gathering point for networked resources on Art and Architecture. The content is diverse and includes pointers to image collections, electronic exhibitions, art and architecture gopher sites, and electronic art journals, as well as original materials submitted by librarians, museums, art historians, etc.

  • The Peoria Art Guild of Peoria, Illinois, is pleased to announce the on-line version of their juried exhibition "Digital Photography '94". This exhibit sought entrants nationwide from photographers whose work involved the techniques of "digital" (computer) photography.





  • For all researchers interested in ray-tracing (the image synthesis method), an experimental On-Line Ray Tracing Bibliography has been implemented. This contains over 300 papers divided into sections, complete with abstracts and links to any available on-line as technical reports.

  • Announcing International Teletimes' first annual photography contest, PHOTON '94! Entry deadline is May 31st, 1994.

  • Generality announces a new exhibit in the Art Gallery, a sampling of the early work of Canadian photographer Matthew Wolchock. Also available are details on Photon '94, the first ever all-Internet photography contest, presented by International Teletimes.





    CinemaSpace ,UC Berkeley's Film Studies program has created CinemaSpace: a new www journal focusing on the cinema and its transformation in the digital age. CinemaSpace will engage writers from a broad range of fields : Literature, Film, Cultural Theory, Computer Science, and Philosophy. The journal aims to break free of disciplinary boundaries and bring a diverse assortment of writers, thinkers and users of technology into mutual collaboration and exchange for the purposes of elucidating the transformation of cinema in the age of digital replication.

    Syracuse University's Computer Graphics for the Arts Department has set up a Digital Gallery of collaborative Internet art projects and other computer art related works. This site is the home to an ongoing collaborative hypermedia project entitled Digital Journeys.

    A WWW server is now available from Faculty of Arts, Gvteborg University, Sweden. The purpose of this server is to provide information within the Humanities.

  • NWHQ (New World HeadQuarters) is dedicated to the propogation of post-print culture. Graphics, hypertext, and the electronic literary arts make this well worth a visit. Visit often as NWHQ is a constantly evolving labyrinth of seminal works by Vancouver artists. NWHQ is a publication of the Digital Co-op.





  • There's also a major exhibition of Ansel Adams photographs;

    The CMU Genetic Art exhibits (Genetic Art I, Genetic Art II, and Genetic Movies) have all moved to a new machine. If you have links to them, you should adjust them accordingly.

  • The Russian and East European Studies Home Pages are a comprehensive guide to the worldwide network-accessible resources available to scholars in the interdisciplinary study of Russia and Eastern Europe. Resources are subdivided into separate pages by discipline, into Language, Literature, Music, Art, Culture, Government and Public Affairs, Science, Technology, Engineering, Computers, and Communications, Business, Finance, Economics, and History, Geography, Sociology. The resources are also cross-indexed by type. The REES Home Pages are presented by the University of Pittsburgh Center for Russian and East European Studies and the University of Pittsburgh Library System, Networked Information Services Group.

  • The Icon Browser at Pisa University DCS contains over three thousands icons on line. An Icon Browser mirror site also exists. For questions and suggestions about the Icon Browser please write to Gioacchino La Vecchia (gio@virgilio.di.unipi.it).





  • The University of Georgia Libraries now has a WWW Server. We have general information about the Libraries as well as newly begun access to our image collections. Our digital image archive is highlighted by a growing collection of photographs from Works Progress Admnistration (WPA) projects within Georgia.

  • The Global Prepress Center is now open for business on the World Wide Web. This building is designed to hold links to businesses, information, and resources for those involved in professional desktop publishing, graphic arts, prepress, and printing.

  • The Spanky Fractal Database is now online to the WWW. This is a collection of fractal images, programs, documents, papers, code examples, and other fractal related material for free distribution on the net. Information was submitted by contributors or hunted down from various nooks and crannies on the internet. It is all here as a convenient resource for the fractal enthusiast. If you have information on fractals that you want to share contact the maintainer. Enjoy and discover.

  • The University High School online gallery of student-created works is now available for your viewing pleasure. Check out Artspace.





  • Heather has Two Mommies is a charming politically correct story about a little girl's trip to the zoo, illustrated with almost 100 high quality JPEG photographs of bears, flamingos, tigers, and hardcore apes.

  • Studio X, an experimental media company has begun to set up a WWW server which will deal, among other things, with the establishment of the "Santa Fe Archive", a WWW Server for the city of Santa Fe, NM.

  • A web server offering a variety of Art-History-related images is now available. The sections currently include 2,800 images and their associated short records dealing with the history of printmaking from the 15th century to the end of the 19th century, and a few on the classical architecture of the Mediterranean. For the prints collection, users can choose between menus offering inlines, or those without. 2,500 images of classical architecture & architectural sculpture should shortly join this collection.





  • A Prugatory of Semiotics is an on-line chapbook of images and poetry by Michael Mollo. It is in no way associated with Sonoma State University.

  • A Fractal Movie Archive has been opened. You may also have a look at the Fractal Art Gallery of Mandelbrot sets at CNAM of Paris too.

  • A home page for Animations and MPEGs is now available at the Towson State University in Maryland. This growing page contains short descriptions and links to various sites on theweb which serve animations and movies.

  • The ITTI Gravigs project produced complete teaching packs on the use of computer graphics and scientific vizualisation for scientists, engineers and medics. Three packs have been released; you can read about the pack contents, scope, and prices: People interested in the forthcoming module Visualisation 2: graphical exploration may wish to look at the resource list which is currently being constructed.




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