Some exciting websites for lovers of drawing.
Here are some websites you may want to check out. Each offer a
of information, product news, and much more:
- check out D'uva LithocoatCoal heat-fixable synthetic charcoal
- for "Drawing Board" magazine
- for Derwent's sketching collection of pencils
- for Cretacolour Monolith woodless pencils
- Canadian Art Magazine
- American Artist Magazine
- the Winsor Newton Company
- Dakota Art Pastels ( excellent selection of drawing with pencils
- Opus Framing & Art Supplies
- Curry's Artists Materials
- Canada Art Scene
- The Society of Canadian Artists
- lots of info, including studio spaces avaliable workwide
- The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University - a large selection
of fine art drawings including 42 works in metalpoint and silverpoint.
- Masterpeace Fine Art Studio, fine art drawings in a number of
styles and variety of media.
www.peterleclerc.com - The personal website of Peter Leclerc.
www.artacademy.com - The art academy of Michael Britton.
www.imperialproducts.com - Metalpoint supplies from Imperial Smelting and Refining Co. of Canada Ltd.
"Drawing Module" - by Gerald F. Brommer & Kimon Nicholaides
www.headbonesgallery.com - The Drawers, Headbones Gallery, Toronto
www.internationalartistday.com - International Artist Day, October 25
www.internationalsilverpointarchives.com - International Silverpoint Archives
The Japanese Paper Place
Inspiring creativity through Japanese paper since 1980
European Academy for Culture & the Arts
An international network of artists connecting over 100
organizations in Europe and beyond.
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drawing, please let us know on our Contact Page.