This site is hosted and run by Americans for the Arts, which is the national membership organization for groups and individuals dedicated to advancing the arts and culture in communities across the United States. This site is less of a gallery and more of a forum for finding information relating to the advancement of art in the community.
This site allows for direct searching of Barnes and Noble's database with over a million titles. It also has links to museums, galleries and literature topics of every genre.
EXPO is a world wide exhibition that makes interesting exhibitions available to the general public. It currently has 6 "pavilions" ready to tour, including the Vatican Pavilion and the Dead Sea Scrolls Pavilion.
Artists for Revolution through Technology on the Internet present the first exclusively on-line music, art and literature museum, the Internet Arts Museum for free (IAMfree). Divided into three sections of Sound, Vision and Words, this site embraces technology and puts it out in the form of art for all to see.
Kaliedescope is a gathering ground for independent internet artists. Split into several different categories, the site has plenty of art to browse and also the artwork of some well-known "featured artists."
Bienvenue! This site is the WebMuseum, Paris stop on the WebMuseum Network. It includes several different exhibitions and also links to the other stops on the network.
Of all the countries who have online museums, the United States has the most developed of them all. Museums Across America is a list of more than 350 direct links to online museums across the US.
L. Haywood Coffey uses mostly canvases that are cast-offs or failures of other artists along with old wood and other interesting items as a medium on which to create art. This off the wall page showcases his off the wall style, with several galleries in which to view his work.