Anybody who enjoys reading this blog and is seriously interested in seeing art on the web should regularly visit Lines And Colors, a blog run by Charley Parker out of Philadelphia. His mission is to select a new arts-related site every weekday, give a quick, thoughtful critique of it, and link on through. In the process, he is building up what is quickly becoming a fantastic catalog of arts resources on the net, with an emphasis on sites by living, working artists. He does this all in a very broad and open-minded way and, although he places an emphasis on realist art, he includes a remarkably large number of strains within that tradition. I've even been surprised by some of the posts. I'd never thought about architecural renderings as solid representational art, and yet one of his posts enlightened me.
Bravo, Charley, keep up the good work.