Here Kinetic Artists from around the world can market their art, exchange ideas, learn about exhibits, commissions and contests and meet with Galleries, Museums, Collectors, Architectural and Interior Design Firms, Auction Houses, the Press and others that are interested in their work.
My site on Art Quilts made from
English embossed paper. Biographical history of my art through pictures.
Automata, automata kits, projects and exhibitions by Keith Newstead.
The Fourteen Balls Toy Co. began in June 1986 and has been making automata ever since. The company consists of Paul Spooner who designs the majority of the automata , Matt Smith who co designs and produces all the models and Sarah Smith ( Matt's wife ) who has been doing the bulk of the painting for the past few years.
by T.I.L. Productions: Creation and manufacture of automata, androids and musical boxes and production of videofilms about the subject.
A Singapore based site with fascinating moving paper model and automata kits that can be downloaded and build. Future models by CeraCera will focus more on Asian and Oriental design to show the lifestyle, history and culture of Asia through our paper automata models.
Rob Ives's Flying Pig is a dispensary of whimsical and colorful cardboard-cutout automata. Online catalog, ordering, forum, animations, and more.
Carlos Zapata site of wonderfully painted automata.
Steve enjoys the challenge of incorporating Time into his work. Along with the mechanics, he intend to use wit, whimsicality, and maybe a little sarcasm, to comment on our foibles, and the frequent insanity of life.
Rob Addams pages offer a wonderfully done introduction into the art of automata. He has written two books on the subject well worth reading.
Windup Automata and electronically controlled Automata which combine traditional mechanics with todays technology.
Original handmade wooden automata by Dug North. " It cannot hurt to have some things around that represent simple, laudable human qualities such as ingenuity, beauty, and humor".
Walter Ruffler's wonderful
Marc Horovitz's automata and trains.
Articulated Artwork designed by Tom Haney. Automata operated by keys, cranks, weights or wind-up motors.
O-Kan wooden mechanisms. Many wonderful automata and nonautomata pieces. Some are very complexed.
Hitchcock's of Bath. A web site and sometime gallery, showing British mechanical toys, German folk toys, cut-outs and hand-made wooden toys for children. A selection from the famous gallery once situated in the Roman city of Bath.
Mouse Works is a collection and gallery of handmade wooden automata by Jim and Juta McCord.