LINKS:

Pamela Allen from Canada has an amazing range of products to show: wonderful assemblages, paintings, decoupage and patchwork quilts.
http://pamelart.homestead.com/titlepage.html

The multi-faceted ´out of sight´ website by Dale Copeland features her own exciting assemblages, collages and books as well as the work of other New Zealand artists and the international ´Baker`s Dozen´ exchange.
http://outofsight.co.nz/

The interesting site of Kris Hoglund features his computer graphics and paintings as well as courageously showing us his ´disasters`. Have a look at his ´Surreal Pop Erotica´.
http://www.weepingcherry.com/

The author, painter and collage artist Nita Leland hosts a stunning site which does not just show her own work but also a vast compendium of art-related information: painting tips, encouraging quotes, fun hints for boosting your creativity and links to great museums.
http://www.nitaleland.com/

Jayne Levy-Polis` site displays wonderful middle aged nudes as well as abstract paintings and portraits. The erotic section is called ´Middle America After Dark` and her nudes are both humorous and humane.
http://www.painterjayne.com/

I admire the paintings and collages of Cheryl McClure very much. They remind me of the colourful landscapes of my dreams.
http://www.CherylMcClure.com/

Gallery 24 shows self-taught artists from all over the world. It is in Berlin, Germany, and hosted by the assemblage and collage artist Pablo Reese von Lichtenberg. His own assemblages are of a beautiful classical stillness.
http://www.oder24.com/

Liam Spencer uses the city of Manchester (UK) as his main subject and his oil paintings make it look wonderfully exciting and colourful. I love them: Manchester is also my hometown.
http://www.liamspencer-art.co.uk/

The great abstract pieces of work by David Stanley, who is also from the North West of England, are beautiful paintings full of depth and light.
http://www.ds-art.co.uk/

Have a look at the big abstract canvases of Lynne Taetzsch which are vibrating with energy, rythm and fun.
http://www.artbylt.com/