Art comes in many forms, here are but a few.

This page will guide you to links for websites that contain art in all sorts of different forms.

 

“Painting is poetry which is seen and not heard, and poetry is a painting which is heard but not seen.”

Leonardo da Vinci

 

Ahhh

by Jennifer Parker

Your sleek slender form curves in all the right places.

So smooth that your hands just find exactly where to go.

With a mouth that opens spills your hearts desire.

Tastes like heaven so early.

You are my only lexapro.

Ahhh… my lovely coffee mug.

Karen Moeller Design

http://www.moedesign.com

“You have something to say. We help you to say it, and say it well.”

 

 

 

 

 

The photo above is Karen’s drawings with colored pencils.  As featured by an art teacher on this site.

http://barbaragoodsitt.blogspot.com/2010/11/teaching-colored-pencil-classes.html

Drawings In Photos

http://thewondrous.com/amazingly-creative-drawing-vs-photography

Here is a link to some very cool art work that combines drawings with photography.  “The Wondrous is an entertainment blog. Attracting well over 500K unique visitors every month. Focused on wonderful, weird & strange things of our world. Its daily articles cover subjects from Science to Sports, Photography to Advertising & Technology.”

Utah 3D Photos

http://www.utah3d.net/index.html

http://www.utah3d.net/pages/home2.html

Enjoy the splendor of Utah with these glorious 3D photos.

Make Cartoons

http://goanimate.com

Make Professional Animated Videos.  Making a Video Shouldn’t Be a Drag. It Should Be Drag & Drop.  GoAnimate’s mission is to enable businesses, schools, and individuals to make videos — quickly and easily.  Videos could and should be everywhere. Businesses use them to explain complex topics, train employees, or just show their soft side. Teachers and students use them to exercise higher-order learning skills, such as creativity and critical thinking, in the classroom.  What’s the problem? Making a video is hard. People perceive it as one of those black-box processes they can’t even wrap their head around. If they think it through (most mentally run screaming before even getting this far), they think it’s going to take a long time, cost a lot, and be really, really hard.
Cool Photos On 1x

http://1x.com

Very cool photos.  What is 1x?  Do you have what it takes to be published in one of the world’s most exclusive art galleries? This is not your average photo site. All photos on 1x are selected by a team of professional gallery curators. Just like in a real photo gallery. Our curators have experience from well-known institutions such as Sotheby’s and Tate Modern Art. Yes, standards are high, but don’t let that discourage you. We believe that everyone has an inner photographer, just waiting to be discovered. Learning is very important for us and we provide many tools that will help you take your photography to the next level. In our critique forum, especially appointed senior critics write expert feedback on your photos to help you improve and we have the largest collection of quality tutorials online. Getting published on 1x is a great achievement. Many photographers whose works now hang in art galleries, were once discovered on 1x. It’s no coincidence that Art directors, book editors and magazines all over the world use photos from 1x photographers. Every day 350 million photos are uploaded on Facebook alone. 1x is something different. We publish only a small amount of photos every day, giving them the exposure they deserve. One million unique viewers visit 1x every month, because they know that we only have the very best. Where do you want to be seen?

Museum of Art

http://www.metmuseum.org

The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  “The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.  Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum’s galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.”

Leonardo da Vinci

www.drawingsofleonardo.org

This is a collection of the various art works/drawings done by the Master Leonardo da Vinci.

Animal Babies

http://www.amolife.com/image/animals/mother-and-baby-animals.html

Cute pictures of animal mothers and their babies on amolife.com.

Michael Bach

http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/

Michael Bach made this site dedicated to optical illusions. Bend your mind around these creations. “Optical illusions don’t “trick the eye” nor “fool the brain”, nor reveal that “our brain sucks”, but …are fascinating! They also teach us about our visual perception, and its limitations. My selection emphasizes beauty and interactive experiments; I also attempt explanations of the visual mechanisms involved where possible.”

Deviant Art

https://www.deviantart.com/

Deviant Art, a wonderful website that gives talent of all ages a place to post their work for the world to enjoy.  There is a lot of up and coming talent here so enjoy.

Forensic Artists

https://www.askaforensicartist.com/

Learn about forensic art from Lisa Bailey.  “This site is a free learning resource for anyone who
is interested in forensic art.  And if want to be a forensic artist, I’ll tell you how to do that too!”
Drawspace

https://www.drawspace.com/

Learn how to draw, no matter what level your talent is.  “Drawspace was launched in 2001 by award winning developer Jeff Baur and world renowned artist and educator Brenda Hoddinott, and has been growing steadily ever since. Today, Drawspace is internationally respected as one of the largest and most comprehensive art education websites in the world.  Many of the best of the best artists, authors, and educators on the planet are publishing new lessons, courses, and books with Drawspace Publishing. As our roster of authors and teachers increases, the repertoire of lessons, courses, and books naturally expands to include new visual art disciplines.  Approximately 15% of the content on Drawspace.com is free. Authors receive royalty payments for their content – hence, not all lessons, books, and classes can be free. However, we strive to keep fees low in order to reach as wide an audience as possible.”

Noupe

Noupe.com shares 45 examples of long-term exposure photography.

http://www.noupe.com/photography/45-astonishing-long-exposure-photos.html

Scott Stulberg

Photography by Scott Stulberg.

http://www.asa100.com

Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Cool aerial photographs by Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

http://justpaste.it/3ky

Newborns in Dreamland

Here are a couple links to “Sleeping Beauties: Newborns in Dreamland” Photography Book.  Who knew that these little cuties were so flexible and pliable while they were sleeping.

http://www.lilsugar.com/Sleeping-Beauties-7686363?page=0,0,0

http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/32795587/ns/today-parenting_and_family/displaymode/1247/?beginSlide=1&GT1=43001

Storm And Sky Photography

http://stormandsky.com/

Mike Hollingshead created the website Storm and Sky to publish amazing photographs of the weather.

Amolife

http://www.amolife.com/

Amolife.com has funny animal photos.  Go to the home page to find lots of other categories of photos.

Greg Martin

http://gallery.artofgregmartin.com

Enjoy the illustration and photography gallery of Greg Martin.

Behance Network

http://www.behance.net

The Behance Network is a place for creative professionals to showcase their work.

Eyjafjallajokull

http://marieaunet.blogspot.com/2010/04/eyjafjallajokull.html

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/04/more_from_eyjafjallajokull.html

Enjoy these amazing photographs of the volcano Eyjafjallajokull in Southern Iceland, that erupted in 2010.

Time & Life Photos

http://time.com/photography/

http://time.com/photography/life/

The unequal photography of Time and Life Magazine online.

 

 

DPChallenge

http://www.dpchallenge.com

Digital photo contests on different subjects.  “DPChallenge was created in January 2002 by two friends, Drew Ungvarsky (drewmedia) and Langdon Oliver (langdon). The original idea behind the site was for it to be a place where the two of us and a couple of our friends could teach ourselves to be better photographers by giving each other a ‘challenge’ for the week. The idea quickly took off and became much more in the months that followed.  In December 2002, we released the 2nd version of our site with a number of new features, including concurrent challenges. We also added site membership as a way to support our ever-growing physical and time demands.”

Lightning Frozen

http://www.theroxor.com/2009/07/12/the-beauty-of-lightning-storms

Photos of the beauty of lightning frozen in time.