Some links you may enjoy, in no particular order . . .

Stick Men With Ray Guns - The ongoing history of Clarke's most infamous band and its origins.

The Louvre The Paris museum and home of the Mona Lisa.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City's largest art museum and home of the largest collection of ancient Egyptian art outside of Cairo.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece located in New York City.

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) New York's unparalleled museum with one of the most important collections of modern art in the world.

Whitney Museum of American Art Sometimes controversial museum specializing in American art.

The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Magnificent collection of American and International art in Washington, D.C. (TIPP: be sure to eat in the cafeteria located downstairs).

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Influential museum specializing in modern art.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago

The British Museum Home of the Elgin marbles (the frieze removed from the Parthenon in Athens).

The Getty Museum Los Angeles' controversial new art museum. No parking reservations required.

Salvador Dali Museum World class museum with a phenominal collection of Salvador Dali's works covering his entire career.

Monet's House and Garden at Giverny Visit Claude Monet's home and take a virtual stroll through his garden.

Kimbell Art Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas One of the few museums in the world which is as famous for its architecture as for its collection.

The Andy Warhol Museum One of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.

Wendy Meyer Artist and designer extraordinaire.

Laurence Gartel Internationally famous digital artist now based in Boca Raton.

Beki Levantini Web designer, technical illustrator, a mother, etc.

The Electronic Design Association South Florida based group devoted to education and the promotion of excellence in electronic design.

The Museum of Bad Art A hilarious collection of the truly awful.

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