Tuesday, January 29, 2008
MY CURRENT GO-TO WEBSITE IS...
The first two I hit in the morning are the New York Times
and My.Yahoo where I keep a list of links to favorite comic strips.
I guess I answered that when I spoke about the band forum. I do love to troll around on Amazon. It's fun to look up a book then follow the recommendations and end up in a category of books you might never have discovered.
Tuscan Rose. I spend tons of time working on my site and when I am done I am too tired to go anywhere else.
Patty Van Dorin
Etsy. great handmade, renegade shopping that will one day include ME if I ever get around to it.
flickr is an amazing photography community. Whether you are a photographer looking to share your creativity with others or you enjoy looking at lots of interesting images, flickr has something for everyone.
Ebay – always on the hunt!
torrents search engine - to download music (it's still legal in Canada!)
Lin Dunbrack a wonderfully talented assemblage artist who creates art from found objects.
Bridgette Guerzon Mills
My friend J R Compton's site, Dallas Arts Revue about Dallas art and Dallas artists, an admittedly short subject.
James Michael Starr
my own- since I've been working on it A LOT lately. other than that Design*Sponge.
I like the British Library's website . They have such an amazing collection of manuscripts and texts. Some other UK sites I like are: Selvedge, Crafts Council, Banksy, and Book Art Bookshop.
not mass produced
Okay, I just picked the one I have visited the most this past week. I love quotes of all kinds and here is where I linger for way too long: ThinkExist.com It is one of the best, in my opinion for great quotes!
if I had to hone in on just one, I'd have to go with flickr. Eye candy GALORE!
Angela Cartwright Studio
i don't have one, i browse a lot
Flickr. I'm obsessed and am adding new things pretty much every day. I love seeing what other people put out there, too
My current go-to website is my own.
Design Sponge or Zen Habits
Medium Coffee - Double Cream - 3 Splenda's
I don't hang with web-sites any more now that I've discovered blogs.
I'm more interested in what artists have to say than in looking at their work without any commentary. The blog fleshes out the work for me.
eons (website for 50+ years old baby boomers - I am so embarassed!)
don't look at websites
Scott Radke, Tim Holtz, (and MANY more)
River Garden Studio
Roxanne Evans Stout
hmmm...I don't think I have a go-to website...does the Google search page count?
I would have to say Google because of Blogger, the search engine, Picasa2,and Google Earth. Besides, how many websites have become verbs?
FOR LINKS TO THE SITES OF THE PARTICIPATING ARTISTS, PLEASE CLICK HERE.