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There's a lot of stuff out there on the Net, almost more than even I can keep up with. But I'm working on it. These are some of the sites I visit regularly or not at all. Take your pick, there are some real beauties in here:

A Conversation with John Meola (video).


BlackDog Salvage – my first dealer, located in Roanoke, VA.


Visual Arts Center of Richmond

Rassawek Vineyard - Venue I'll be working at in June 2017

Lakeside Farmers Market

Reference & Research

Your Dictionary

Fourmilab – Satellite Data

ArtChive – extensive collection of images.

Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection – great map collection.

Museums & Repositories

National Gallery of Art, the Cy Twombly Exhibition 2001

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts – one of the largest fine arts museums in the south.

De Menil Collection, Cy Twombly Gallery, Houston, TX – worth a trip, these are spectacular collections. They no longer have an on-line link to his Gallery. To view his work visit his website.

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen , Henrico County, VA – who, in their infinite wisdom, have chosen to host two large pieces of my work in their sculpture garden. Please plan a lunch or dinner at Expressions restaurant, and check out the iron!


Guide To Virginia Historical Resources

Miscellaneous, Favorites & Most Admired

Virginia Historical Society

Island of Freedom – William Shakespeare

Atlantic Monthly Online, Annie Proulx – Annie Proloux's collection of short stories in "Close Range; Wyoming Stories" have been described as grim & depressing. Perfect reading. Here's a sample.

And, speaking of grim & depressing here are a couple of links to the poet King of Depression, Mr. Leonard Cohen:
Interview in Rolling Stone
Lyrics of Leonard Cohen
The anglophone guide to the Pyrénées-Orientales.

Safety & Trade

American Society of Safety Engineers

Circle Safety & Health ( Jan & Anna & associates, great folk & supporters of the arts!)


VMS, Inc.

Artist, Craig Caldwell joined Meola for a joint show at Shockhoe Bottom Art Center, July, 2003.