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The Colored Pencil Society of America endeavors to promote the colored pencil and its users. The colored pencil is a versatile medium which is growing in popularity and is the choice of many artists. Today more than ever before colored pencil is found in exhibitions, galleries and corporate collections.

From My Perspective - Ann Kullberg's wonderful site for all things colored pencil. Her online colored pencil magazine is most definitely worth a subscription if you want to get the most out of the color pencil medium.

Art by Nancy - Nancy Gawron is a colored pencil portrait artist who has been doing portraits, free of charge, for the families of 9/11.

Janie Gildow - Colored Pencil Artist

Dewar Design - Kay M. Dewar - Colored Pencil Artist

The artwork of colored pencil artist Debbie Duffield.

Barbara Newton - Colored Pencil Artist

Bet Borgeson Studio - Featuring technical and professional help to artists, as well as online courses in the colored pencil medium.

The Colored Pencil Challege - Created by artist Karen Cardinal, this site offers a new lesson each month from a professional artist designed to challenge you to try a new technique and create something you never thought possible before.

The incredible colored pencil work of Carrie Ballantyne. Big Horn Galleries specializes in Western art and Carrie's is unbelieveable.

Art and Words features the artwork and books of Kris Waldherr celebrating beauty, mythology, and the creative spirit.

The outstanding work of sculptor Bill Hopen.

Red Sun Studio - featuring the visionary landscapes and soul portraits by artist Regina Wirsich Roberts.

Art Seek - Connecting artists with the world. Contains lists of hundreds of artists by media. Look under "Graphics" to view the work of other colored pencil artists.



Herrmann International - Learn more about Whole Brain Technology® and the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument at this site.



Now in its second decade of weekly national broadcasts, the Thistle and Shamrock has become a radio institution, hosted by a Scotswoman held to be one of the most engaging voices on radio.

A beginner's guide to Irish Gaelic pronunciations can be found at, the website of a traditional Celtic music group. Check it out.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - Native American

Large index of Native American related internet resource created by Nerd World Media.



The Celtic Connection provides information about what the followers of today's Earth and Nature based religions believe from the actual followers of these paths instead of from those who only perpetuate unfounded superstition and myth. Beliefs, practices, morals, values and ethics are openly discussed within this site. Excellent source for Celtic Wiccan knowledge, supplies, and links.

The Circle Sanctury is a non-profit Nature Spirituality center serving Wiccan, Shamanic, Goddess, Druidic, Celtic Mystic, and other Pagan folk worldwide.

Reclaiming - "Reclaiming is a community of women and men working to unify spirit and politics. Our vision is rooted in the religion and magic of the Goddess the Immanent Life Force. We see our work as teaching and making magic the art of empowering ourselves and each other. In our classes, workshops, and public rituals, we train our voices, bodies, energy, intuition, and minds. We use the skills we learn to deepen our strength, both as individuals and as community, to voice our concerns about the world in which we live, and bring to birth a vision of a new culture."



The The Witches' Voice The Witches' Voice is a proactive educational network dedicated to correcting misinformation about Witches and Witchcraft. Witchcraft - Wicca IS a legally recognized religion in the United States and it is their mission to protect that right through education and awareness.

The Witches' League for Public Awareness is a proactive educational network dedicated to correcting misinformation about Witches and Witchcraft. The work of the League springs from a shared vision of a world free from all religious persecution. The League was founded in Salem, Massachusetts, in May, 1986, by Rev. Laurie Cabot H.Ps.

The Isaac Bonewits Home Page contains materials by and about Isaac Bonewits and his topics of expertise: Druidism, Paganism, Witchcraft, magic(k), liturgical design, polytheology, and polyamory. It includes updated versions of many of his writings now floating about the Net and the very helpful Advanced Bonewits Cult Danger Evaluation Frame (ABCDEF).

In Memory: The Burning Times - From this link you can access a list of all documented incidents in the killings of "witches" (including the most recent) plus much more, including a scholarly look at Halloween, Myths, Monsters and Devils.



West Virginia Cottages - A path of links through West Virginia.

West Virginia Online


The American Museum of Natural History

The National Wildlife Federation

The Wildlife Conservation Society

Care2 Make a Difference - The #1 Environmental Network for Healthy Living and a Healthy Planet.



Check out this article entitled "Power Animals: Companions for the Journey."

National Flowers - Want to know the symbolic flowers and plants representing countries on every continent?

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