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- The Refrigerator Art Contest: Five submissions are picked each week for a contest. Winners pictures' are posted in the hall of fame.
- Amazing Kids Artists Gallery: Sponsors art contests and provides kids a place to post their artwork.
- Art Kids: Includes virtual gallery, sketchbooks, coloring books, puzzles, games, and hints and tips.
- Arts and Kids: This site displays children's art on the web. You can play puzzles and win prizes. Any child can contribute art for print and web publication at no cost.
- Avis First Gallery: A gallery of portraits, landscapes, still-life, and sports art work by Avis Lupovitch.
- BooksAlive: County Public Library's online magazine for and by kids features reviews and original art, poetry, and stories.
- Cave Wall Paintings: Re-creations of prehistoric paintings found on cave walls throughout France.
- Computer Art by Dick Dubielzig: Brightly colored animal drawings produced on the computer using Adobe Photoshop.
- Dragons: Sculptures: Dragons depicted in original clay sculptures. Sculpted by Middle School Students.
- Global Children's Art Gallery: Online art gallery with pictures from children age 1 to 12 from around the world. Free scanning is provided if needed.
- Global Show-n-Tell: A virtual art gallery of children's original artwork, displayed in galleries for ages 0-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 and 13-17.
- International Child Art Foundation (ICAF): Promotes children's art, imagination, and creativity among kids around the world.
- Kids Art: Prize-giving site where children of all ages can show their art and schools, hospitals, clubs and groups can have their own galleries.
- Kids Art And Poems: Features art and poems for children by children, art contest and several posters.
- Kids' Space: Educational site devoted to fostering the creativity in kids of all ages around the world. Share your stories, pictures, and musical compositions.
- LACMA Nexgen Arts: Los Angeles County Museum of Arts offering art exhibition and membership information.
- Mad About Art: Charity trying to unite children around the world in understanding and fighting HIV and AIDS through art and education.
- Ninanet: Kids can share their original art with friends, family, each other and the world. Totally non-commercial and non-invasive. Please e-mail pictures for posting.
- Norbreck Art: Displays the work of children at Norbreck Primary School, Blackpool, UK.
- OncoLink: Gallery of pediatric oncology patients' artwork.
- PapaInk: Large collection of different styles of artwork organized by theme.
- Romanian Kids Art: Displays the artwork of students from Timisoara, Romania.
- Sports Snapshots: Middle School Students paint about sports.
- Superclown Children's Art Gallery: A non-profit art gallery dedicated to honoring children's imagination through on-site and community exhibits.
- TeleCommunity Project: Features computer art and computer graphics by young people who participate in a community outreach project in Pittsburgh.
- The Lost Dream of America: American children's art in response to the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks.
- The Worldwide Kids' Art Gallery: Exhibits children's artwork online. Also provides free tutorials, short biographies of famous artists, and a look at different styles of art.
- TheYouth Online Club's Kids Artroom: Allows users to create their own electronic masterpieces, then e-mail them to friends and family.
- Ukita Art Museum: Virtual gallery showcases the work of elementary school children in Japan.
- We Save Animals: Artwork by children who want to save endangered animals.
- What's Best 'Bout Easchester: Middle School Students paint life in a New York City suburban town.
- Whimsical Sculptures: Functional ceramic containers decorated with surface designs of an animal or human figure that suggest movements and whimsy. Created by eighth grade students.
- Youth Wildlife Art Contest: Annual NRA-sponsored event open to students in grades 1-12(including home-schoolers).