A selection of the artist’s current favorite links:

Features Kimberly Webber’s artwork in Taos, New Mexico.

Conferences and workshops for environmental solutions… Declarations of Interdependence.

Farm-raised salmon are driving wild salmon populations to extinction. Get the facts and find out how you can help.

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Protecting marine life worldwide and fighting to end the illegal slaughter of whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.

International Seed Saving Institute
We are on the verge of losing 10,000 years worth of agricultural heritage and diversity.The ISSI focuses on the ancient ritual of seed saving.

Northern New Mexico Midwifery Center… “the midwives are committed to creating an environment
where families can safely bring their babies into the world with love, respect and honor.”

We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring clean water to every person  on the planet.

Taos Pueblo Day School
An inter-tribal school located north of the town of Taos, New Mexico at Taos Pueblo.

Near East Foundation, sustainable solutions for Arab and African communities in peril.

Dr. Nawal el Saadawi is an author, international activist and central figure in the movement for women’s rights.

The Iraqi Children’s Art Exchange invites American and Iraqi youth to participate in art inspired projects.

Explorations of quantum physics, sacred geometry and the mandala through the holographic paintings of Antonio Arellanes.

K. Sridhar is one of today’s finest exponents of the Sarod.

To establish and build systems of renewal, healing and culture through the universal lanquage of art.


Aid for traumatized children. This organization works in various locations around the world.

Restoration of the Mesopotamian marshlands.

Ending hunger, caring for the earth.

Canadian West Coast artist Jack Wise made many contributions to the arts during his life and was known for his calligraphy and mandalas.