CONCEPTUAL: Pertaining to concepts. More specifically, art possessing imagery that departs from perceptual accuracy to present a conception of the object, rather than its appearance alone. It has become fairly standard, for example, to characterize the rigidly formal art of ancient Egypt as conceptual, whereas Courbet's Realism is perceptual. Lest it be thought that perceptual art is really without ideas (or ideology), however, see Norman Bryson's critiques of Ernst Gombrich's perceptualism in Word and Image, Tradition and Desire, and elsewhere. See also social formation.
The Art of Paul Wear
This is a retrospective of the art of Paul Wear. Paul's art is a blend of his original photography from the past 30 years and digital manipulation.
Drivedrive inc.
Difficult to understand: Artist-run corporation featuring David Askevold, Moritz Gaede, Nursex, Bryan Sentes.
Eien
Eien's art, which includes, photograms, drawings, digital art, and text pieces.
Fluxus
Exploratory collection of words and images.
J's Magic Galleries
Award winning, family-safe site focuses on the arts, and hosts a multitude of galleries including photography, paintings, and poetry for all ages, and all tastes.
Jenna Spevack
Drawing and installation projects, exhibited locally and nationally, by the Brooklyn, New York artist.
Labyrinthe
Painting, photography, artist's books, digital imagry, and an illustrated journal of the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
The Museum of Bad Art
One person's art is another person's monstrosity. Hackneyed themes, velvet paintings, anonymous landscapes, and the work of D+ art students find a home here.
SITO - Not Quite Art
Place for image-makers and image-lovers to meet and exchange ideas. Includes lots of animated visuals.
tinmanGallery
For art lovers and students: this award winning non-profit gallery presents , international quality traditional and contemporary art, in a true professional gallery format. Spanning two centuries it includes hundreds of works in a variety of styles and techniques. 
Zodiac Arts Mandala Gallery
A mandala is a creative and meditative tool used for focusing intent. Includes a mandala you can print out, color and submit for presentation in the gallery.
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