Gallery of surreal art, fantasy, and horror. Offers a list of permanent artists on display.
Campaigns, fundraises and gives money to museums and galleries to buy and show art; includes a what's on and grant application procedure.
Provides a reference for artists, students, art collectors and art lovers who are interested in famous artists and their artworks. Includes biographies and other information about globally known artists, sculptors and photographers.
Art in Perpetuity Trust
Promotes creativity through the visual arts, through their resource and studio facility in London for artists and the community, and education projects in the capital and other cities.
Art in the Park
London based not-for-profit trust devoted to making art with people for city parks and gardens. Shows images of community, studio and public art and gives workshop details.
The Art Magazine
Provides articles, letters, headlines, bulletin boards, feedback, reviews, competition details and helpful hints.
Presents subscription information for this monthly visual arts magazine.
Art of Anamorphosis
Online gallery of anamorphosis art, with downloadable software to create your own.
ART.e @ the Art of Change
A visual public arts organisation; includes details of projects they have completed, consultancy services, and contacts.
Provides practical support to visual artists throughout their careers; includes a directory, a library of advice guides, information about legislation, and details of their projects and activities.
Listings and discussions site for contemporary art in the United Kingdom.
An online resource for contemporary art in the UK, with a directory of artists and curators, resources for artists, news and opinion in their blog, and contacts.
BAMS - The British Art Medal Society
Promotes the art of the medal by commissioning works from contemporary sculptors. Includes a gallery, details of publications and their education activities, and contacts.
Advising on funding, competitions, studio spaces, galleries and education. Includes a directory of artists.
British Women Artists
Women visual artists of any nationality who work in any part of Great Britain are invited to publish and discuss their work.
Lettering artist in Wiltshire creating paintings to commission and exhibition.
The Central House
Art and design consultancy specialising in original contemporary arts. Explains how they commission original art for homes and corporate display and shows a gallery of work.
The Chelsea Art Club
Founded in 1891 on the suggestion of Whistler. Now has 1600 painters, sculptors, architects, designers, photographers and filmmakers, and 800 writers, dancers, musicians and other kinds of artists as its members.
An artist, educator and practice-led researcher.
Professional art buying consultancy offering to take care of everything from commissioning or selection for a chosen space, to framing and installation. Examples of installations, textile art, sculpture and recent exhibitions.
An artist and maker whose creative practice explores landscape and place and includes mixed media cloths, sculpture, installation and drawing.
The Discerning Eye
An educational charity working to encourage understanding and appreciation of the visual arts; includes details of their annual exhibition and occasional events, newsletters, and their study bursary scheme.
Empty Shops Network
Co-ordinates a network of people who are making use of empty shops to create art galleries and pop up exhibitions. Includes news from around the country plus downloadable tool kits.
Gallery of Lost Art
Virtual exhibition uncovering famous works of modern art which have been lost, stolen or destroyed.
Designer/maker of art installations and sculptural lighting.
The Graffiti Life Company
Professional graffiti artists; live art for events, workshops and murals for interiors, exteriors, advertising and marketing.
Creates unique wallpapers made by hand from designs cut in original blocks printed at a Westcountry workshop.
Features a selection of public art projects undertaken by British artist Jane Witheridge since 2000.
Explores the 'remaking' of household objects by stitching found and recycled papers.
The John Johnson Collection
Political and satirical prints from the John Johnson Collection of printed ephemera at the Bodleian Library in Oxford.
Official site of this artist, renowned for his trompe-l'œil chalk drawings on pavement surfaces.
Kevin Broughton and Fiona Birnie
Contains the collaborative artworks of Kevin Broughton and Fiona Birnie; including painting, photography, installation, sculpture, and digitally manipulation.
An association of professionals dedicated to preserving, promoting and developing expertise in the lettering arts. Includes a directory of members and links, events, news, a forum, and contacts.
Mall Galleries - The Federation of British Artists
Champions new contemporary figurative art by living artists, and home to the Federation of British Artists (consisting of leading art societies). Includes details of exhibitions and events, list of members artists, and information about their education programme.
Michael's chosen process is stone lithography, in which a drawing is made with grease-based pencils and inks on to any absorbent stone.
National Open Art
Independent art competition, open to amateur and professional artists, photographers and filmmakers living in the UK and Ireland offering both shortlisted and winning artists opportunities.
The Pastel Society UK
Supports artists using the medium of pastels; provides a guide to membership, exhibitions, and their schedule of workshops for amateurs and professionals, links, and contacts.
An innovative, contemporary artist working with encaustic wax techniques to create original and unique paintings.
Supporting and developing refugee related art across the UK.
Aims to foster an interest in contemporary art by and for young people, with spaces for emerging artists to post their own work and to learn about kickstarting their careers.
Red Line Art Works
Home for works by artists and creative people who are concerned about the big global issues, the state of the world and the lack of global justice.
Ropewalk Contemporary Art and Craft
Centre for the visual arts in Barton Upon Humber housing three galleries within a Grade II listed former rope factory. Displays information on artists and designer/makers working within the centre, and the exhibitions.
Royal Ulster Academy
Supports and promotes the visual arts in Northern Ireland; includes details of their annual exhibitions, education programme, news, and events.
An independent public art consultancy formed develop art projects in the urban and rural public realm throughout Wales. Describes current and past projects, with details of their locations, education programmes, news, and contacts.
Society of Scottish Artists
An artist-led membership organisation formed to promote contemporary arts in Scotland. Includes information about membership, events and exhibitions, prizes, and publications.
Provides information about and event listings from this charity which develops and manages sustainable and affordable creative workspace for artists.
Spellman Collection of Victorian Music Covers
Donated to Reading University Library by Doreen and Sidney Spellman in 1994, and consists of around 2500 covers, illustrating virtually every aspect of Victorian life, culture and preoccupations.
The Stile Company
A practice of chartered landscape architects specialising in environmental art; includes a gallery of their services and projects, awards, and contacts.
The Surrealists Website
Covers the Surrealists movement of the early 20th Century with artists information and biographies.
The Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture
Annual showcase for contemporary figurative and representational painting and sculpture. Includes information for artists about submission, exhibition details, and an archive of previous years' winners and events.
Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG)
An independent membership network concerned with organising and touring exhibitions; includes resources, events, news, and publications, with information about exhibitions for hire available to members.
Theatrical collages created by photographing real-life models.
The Typographic Circle
Brings together anyone with an interest in type and typography; includes an events diary, blog, gallery of type faces, and contacts.
Featuring arts images for use in education. With details of collections, resources and services.
Charity which works to bring culturally diverse visual arts from around the world to UK audiences.
Visual Arts Scotland
Promotes and exhibits the work of contemporary visual and applied artists, with a membership ranging from established figures to recent graduates and emerging artists; includes details of their annual exhibition, education programme, history, and news.
Wasps Artists' Studios
A charity providing affordable studios and workspace for artists throughout Scotland; describes their scheme and locations, with details of their arts programme, news, and contacts.