Maybe I use the term "green" too loosely, but I tend to include artists and artwork in the green category. My justification is that buying from artists usually means supporting an independent business with a (generally speaking) small carbon footprint. So I was excited to learn recently of Ugallery.com , an online gallery of reasonably priced student art. Don't worry, the site isn't a hodgepodge of any old student shlock--a panel curates the site and only accepts about 25% of the work submitted for sale. A few of the pieces that caught my eye: Robert Beck's "Wagon Hill Farm" (top, $80); Bart Dluhy's "Pile Up" (middle, $90); Brian O'Doherty's "DC Curve" (bottom, $70).