http://www.ceramicstoday.com/ Ceramics Today Ceramics Today is a comprehensive independent ceramics site, but one with a long history. Many of you may be familiar with its first incarnation as Claynet, which was set up in mid 1995 and was one of the earliest ceramics sites on the WWW (predating even the SDSU web site).
www.claystation.com ClayStation The Goal of Claystation.com is to be the best navigation tool that guides one with ease through the world wide web of ceramics.
www.sculpture.org International Sculpture Center (6-12) This site offers images and information on hundreds of gardens and sculpture parks world side. There is also a database featuring the works of 375 sculptors and archived articles from Sculpture Magazine.
http://www.sculpture.org/ International Sculpture Center. The International Sculpture Center (ISC) is a member-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to advance the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society. Members include sculptors, collectors, patrons, architects, developers, journalists, curators, historians, critics, educators, foundries, galleries, and museums—anyone with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture.
http://www.queeky.com Queeky You can create animated drawings using QueekyPaint, a unique and easy to use drawing application; watch how others are drawing at the awesome queeky gallery; collaborate with other artists in real time using MultiDraw; create or join different kind of groups. You can attach Queeky drawings, image uploads (drawings from other sites, scans and photos), blog entries and comments to your groups.Subscribe to notifications so you can stay in touch with your friends and other artists on Queeky and their activities. Embed your animated drawings in your blog or website using the Queeky Art Player. You can edit your drawings at any time, tag your content and write comments. Each user owns his/her own blog for posting general talk, drawing issues and offline created art.
http://scratch.mit.edu Scratch This is as an electronic tool kit that allows student to create their own games, animated stories, and interactive art. This program features 2D and 3D graphics, images, text, web pages sound, video and more.
http://www.vangogh.com Vangogh. (6-12) This site is all about Vincent Van Gogh.
http://www.virtualartacademy.com/ Virtual Art Academy Online virtual art academy
www.walkerart.org/ace/ed_activities Walker Art Center : Educational Activities (K-12) INTERACTIVE This site, from the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis , MN, offers over 70 art lessons and project organized by grade and subject level. Activities include a description, objectives, suggestions for materials and artworks to used and more.
www.watercolor-online.com Watercolor Online. (6-12) Watercolor Online is dedicated to the promotion of all forms of watercolor and the artists who create works in the various media encompassed by this broad classification. In this space, you can view works in acrylic, gouache, transparent watercolor, tempera, and various other water based paint. Information is presented which is designed to enlighten and aid the aqua media artist.
http://www.wetcanvas.com/ Wet Canvas This site is a portal of awesome resources for any type of medium.
http://wwar.com World Wide Web Art Resources. (K-12) This interactive arts gateway will give you access to artists, museums, galleries, high quality art, art history, arts education, antiques, performing arts, classified ads, resume postings, arts chats, arts forums and much more.
http://www.bergerfoundation.ch/ World Art Treasures WWW Server. (7-12) This site is sponsored by Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation, and has art from around the world.
http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html/arts/20051014_VANGOGH_AUDIOSS/blocker.html Vincent VanGogh This is a narrated tour with Michael Kimmelman, art critic for The New York Times. The site offers wonderful examples of Van Gogh's landscapes and self-portraits, with insightful remarks about his artistic genius.