The word gallery is a noun. Gallery means (1) a horizontal (or nearly horizontal) passageway in a mine, (2) narrow recessed balcony area along an upper floor on the interior of a building; usually marked by a colonnade, (3) a covered corridor (especially one extending along the wall of a building and supported with arches or columns), (4) a long usually narrow room used for some specific purpose, (5) a room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited, (6) a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enclosed), (7) spectators at a golf or tennis match.
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Coppermine is an advanced, user-friendly, picture gallery script. It is used for creating online photo albums and is free. Users can choose to make their galleries private or open to all viewers. Photos can be organized by theme. The software also allows for thumbnail creation and an ecard feature. The website describes the software and provides instructions for downloading and using.
Kodak Easy Share Gallery began in 1999 in Berkeley, California and was originally known as Ofoto. In 2001 it became a subsidiary of the Eastman Kodak Company and changed its name. On this site, users can view, store, and share their photos, and get real Kodak prints of their pictures. The site offers free editing and creative tools and specialty photo products. There is also a card and gift store.
Located in Newport, Rhode Island, this museum presents artworks from the Golden Age of American Illustration. Illustrators and artists such as Howard Pyle, Charles Dana Gibson, Norman Rockwell, and Maxfield Parrish are represented in the gallery.
The International Animated Film Association was founded in France in 1960. The website provides links to ASIFA chapters worldwide, listings of animation festivals, and an animation gallery.
DPreviews, founded in 1998, provides news, reviews and information about digital photography and digital imaging. On the website, users can find reviews and feedback about all types of cameras and other equipment. Further links are to the buying guide, a gallery of photographs taken by the individual cameras, a discussion forum, a glossary and learning site, and more.
Produced by the Space Science Institute's Office of Public Outreach, this website provides all kinds of information about the Hubble telescope and its discoveries. Offers information about visiting the Space Science Institute in Maryland, news, education sites, an online gallery, and information about astronomy in general.
Invision Power Services produces and sells software for businesses and communities. Its products include IP Board, bulletin board software; IP Blog which plugs into IP Board; IP Downloads, a comprehensive download manager which integrates with IP Board; and IP Gallery, for picture-hosting needs. Learn about these products, companies who use them, and how to purchase them.
Provides online art instruction, including a section on drawing. Members can submit work for an online gallery. Also a section on art appreciation and a glossary of art terms.
The SpaceWeather site contains news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. The site contains NOAA weather reports in various parts of the world, information about near-earth asteroids, space weather, a photo gallery, aurora alerts, information about solar telescopes and night-sky cameras, and more.
Fine Art America is a network for gallery owners, art collectors, visual artists, and photographers. They provide ready-to-hang art prints, market them to a global audience, and send profits to the artists.
The following articles provide recent gallery-related news.