A great site for artists, I was lucky to be featured recently! Featured Artist Daggi Wallace | Artsy Shark
From April 2014 Newsletter: Zeemaps.com uses a world map to show locations that you designate as unique. I have used Zeemaps to show where my paintings have found collectors around the world. This tool can also be used for anything else you'd like to share, such as places you have painted, public art installations, etc.
What is a leap? The site helps anyone list their goals/tasks, enlists friends to cheer them on and will let you put big goals into smaller manageable chunks."
iDoneThis- From January 2014 Newsletter. "This site makes it easy to track all you have done over a period of time, so you can see just how much you actually get done!"
Beautiful books. Made by you. | Blurb Books. "I may be a little late getting on the bandwagon, but I discovered blurb books! It's a new way for artists to show their work instead of the portfolios of days gone by. You can see my book here: http://www.blurb.com/search/site_search?search=daggi+wallace"
Random Acts of Culture™ | Knight Arts. From December 2011 Newsletter. "These are organized groups of very talented performers infusing art and joy at all kinds of different venues, from airports and business conferences to the subway by singing and dancing anything from opera and ballet to playing classical music on violins and cellos. I have yet to encounter one of these acts of culture in real life, but even watching the videos online never fails to bring a smile to my face."
Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts. From October 2011 Newsletter "I had received pro bono help with my non-profit Moni's Kids from a wonderful lawyer who volunteers her time through an association I knew nothing about but every artist or arts organization should be aware of: TALA,Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts."
From April 2011 Newsletter. "Art Project by Google lets you 'explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces.'"
Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive creative genius | Video on TED.com From August 2010 Newsletter. "This is the best piece on the creative process I have ever heard. It is less than 20 minutes long and worth every minute. It is funny and touching and applies to creative people of all sorts."