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Bill Westheimer
This photographer's fine art work appears in museums around the country, while his commercial work graces book covers, annual reports and other business collateral. At one time best known for his work with photograms, Westheimer is now exploring the power of camera obscura.

Contemporary Art of Richard Carey
Fantastical creatures by artist Richard Carey.

Jaison Cianelli
The contemporary abstract paintings of Jaison Cianelli

Lisa G. Westheimer
Remarkable ceramics and art glass are this artist's forte.

Printmaker Sarah Kriehn
Abstract, one-of-a-kind original hand pulled monotype, monoprint and collagraph prints

Social networking for the metal arts

A contemporary art network

Metal Artist Forum
"A place where both new and accomplished artists can share their knowledge and be inspired"

For Artists

Robert Genn's Painter's Keys
A community for artists, including a very popular email newsletter

Sculpture Depot
Providing "quality products, service and technical support to all customers to ensure everyone's project is successful"

The Compleat Sculptor, Inc.
A "compleat" source for stone, clay and casting materials, tools, supplies and services

For Everyone

Connects artists with corporations that buy art.

More than 39,000 artists, 2,200 galleries, 166,000 artworks as well as auctions, pricing, trends and more.

A huge, well organized site with instant information about art, artists and prices.

An international effort, with 1,041 artists creating fine art from metal garbage.


"The guide to art galleries and museums in Southern California"

Saatchi Gallery
A contemporary art gallery in Chelsea (London)


DIA Art Foundation
Home of all the DIA locations, including DIA:Beacon, DIA:Chelsea, DIA at the Hispanic Society and locations in and out of New York City

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
"One of the world's premier centers for making and showing the best art of our time", MassMOCA "ranks among the most visited institutions in the United States dedicated to new art."

Metropolitan Museum of Art
"The world's finest collection of modern and contemporary art. MoMA is dedicated to the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental."

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The only museum dedicated to contemporary art in Los Angeles, MOCA is "committed to the collection, presentation, and interpretation of work produced since 1940 in all media, and to preserving that work for future generations."

Phoenix Art Museum
The art museum of Phoenix, Arizona.

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
The center of contemporary art in Scottsdale, Arizona

Storm King Art Center
Celebrates the relationship between sculpture and nature on 500 acres of landscaped lawns, fields and woodlands. The site features postwar sculptures by internationally renowned artists.


Arizona Art Alliance
A non-profit organization of 18 art groups representing more than 3,000 artists statewide that is committed to the promotion and appreciation of fine art and the enrichment that art brings to the community.

Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association
"Dedicated to preserving the craft of Blacksmithing." With the addition of a forge to Kevin's tool arsenal, he is learning about an entire subculture of people who are masters with the hammer and tongs

Arizona Artists Guild
Founded in 1928, AAG is a volunteer-led organization dedicated to providing and promoting opportunities in the visual arts including exhibitions, educational and outreach programs.
"The place to find artists and art"

Arts & Business Council of Greater Phoenx
Links the vitality and expertise of the business community to non-profit arts and cultural organizations, benefiting both individuals and the community

International Sculpture Center
A member-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to advance the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society. Publisher of Sculpture magazine

National Sculpture Society
The oldest organization of professional sculptors in the United States

Public Art Organizations

Arizona Commission on the Arts
"Linking artists and art organizations to communities"

Artlink (Phoenix)
The host of Phoenix's downtown First Friday art walks and the annual Art Detour, artlink is dedicated to bringing together artists, the public and businesses for a greater understanding, appreciation and promotion of the arts and the development of a strong and vital downtown Phoenix arts community.

Montana Arts Council
Resources for artists and organizations, an art calendar and other information about the arts in Big Sky Country

New Mexico Arts
A project of the New Mexico state arts commission and a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, New Mexico Arts' primary function is to provide financial support for arts services and programs to non-profit organizations statewide and to administer the 1% public art program for the state of New Mexico.

Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture
An office established in 1985 to protect, enhance, serve and advocate excellence in the arts in Phoenix and to raise the level of awareness and involvement of all city residents in the preservation, expansion and enjoyment of the arts

San Francisco Arts Commission
"The city agency that champions the arts in San Francisco."
The online home of Scottsdale Center For The Arts, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Public Art. and the Scottsdale Cultural Council

Sedona Arts Center
Billing itself as "the art and soul of Sedona," the Sedona Arts Center is a non-profit organization formed in 1958 to create a place where artists could work and teach together in a spirit of community cooperation, involvement and participation.

Shemer Art Center and Museum
A historical site operated since 1984 by the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department as a family-oriented museum and art education center. Shemer offers a variety of fine art classes for all ages as well as a monthly education lecture series.

Tucson Pima Arts Council
Dedicated to making arts and culture a vital part of Southern Arizona by providing support to artists and communities through grants, technical assistance, public art programming, advocacy and promotion

The Western States Arts Federation is dedicated to the creative advancement and preservation of the arts.


Art Calendar
The Web site of the "business magazine for artists"

Artforum International Magazine
A major resource

The Art Newspaper
Founded in 1990, this British publication reports on old, new and decorative art, the commercial and the non-commercial worlds