Crystal Bridges Museum
Trystal Bridges Museum of American Art celebrates the American spirit
by actively collecting, exhibiting, interpreting, and preserving
outstanding works that illuminate American heritage and artistic
Americans for the Arts
National organization that supports the arts and culture through private and public resource development.
The Americas Society promotes the understanding of the political,
economic, and cultural issues that
define and challenge the Americas today.
of American Art, Smithsonian Institute (AAA).
Founded in1954, the bureau
provides researchers with access to the largest collection of documents
on the history of the visual arts in the United States. More than
million items, including papers of artists, dealers, critics, art
American Art, Thematic Essays. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
American Furniture, 1620–1730: The Seventeenth-Century and William and
Mary Styles. American Furniture, 1730–1790: Queen Anne and Chippendale
Styles, Abstract Expressionism...
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
Archives of American Art documents the history of American art. With
over 16 million items in its continually growing collections, the
Archives is the world’s largest and most widely used resource dedicated
to collecting and preserving the papers and primary records of the
visual arts in America.
The American Center for Artists is an electronic magazine that
focuses on the biography and autobiography of famous and emerging
painters, sculptors, musicians, and other artists. It also presents new
and reprinted works by these artists as well as articles about
American and international artists. Search by name.
Fine Art America
Fine Art America is a premier online marketplace
selling, and creating fine art originals and fine art prints.
also an easy way to stay in touch with your local art scene.
Artists for Humanity
Founded in 1991, Artists For Humanity’s mission is to bridge economic,
racial and social divisions by providing underserved youth with the
keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in the arts.
Park Art Center
The Hyde Park Art Center’s mission is to stimulate and sustain the
visual arts in Chicago. It is the oldest alternative exhibition space
in the City and boasts a long record of education outreach in the
Westport Arts Center
The Westport Arts Center (WAC) is a non-profit visual
and performing arts organization dedicated to creating arts experiences
that enrich the lives of area residents and the entire community.
The Silvermine Guild Art Center
The Silvermine Galleries are recognized as one of New England's most
respected showcases for established and emerging artists. A complex of
five galleries and a sculpture garden, the Silvermine Galleries boast
an ambitious exhibition schedule, presenting over 20 shows each year.
Frequently changing exhibitions include one-person shows by Guild
Artists and curated group shows.