Acrylic abstract triptych, 20" x 20" each.
20" x 60" on canvas.
My biggest project this month has been redoing and consolidating my website. You might be surprised to learn I have eleven different websites. This includes my blogs. And it's completely ridiculous.
So how in the heck do I even begin to consolidate?
First things first. I have slowly been building a new website to replace the one I have had for years on the iweb platform. Why? Because Apple dropped the iweb platform three years ago. I was pretty upset when they did it and can't believe it took me three years to make the change. I am almost ready to flip the switch to this website on a permanent basis. Yay!
So what about all of my other websites? I tend to do a lot of different things in the art world. I also love website design and I guess I thought I needed a different site for all of my projects. Hence I have sites for the 30 in 30, the Artists Helping Artists radio show, my online web building classes called webinARTs, my online classes, my Monday Open studio, etc. OMG.
So I am slowly bring all of these sites under the umbrella of this website. In some cases I will continue to use a separate website but put the links at the top of this site. In other cases I am painfully starting over and rebuilding the information here.
I also bought two more domains yesterday. They are abstractart.works and paletteknifeart.works. When you click on them they both redirect you to this site. It is a lot easier to tell someone to go to abstractart.works than trying to expect someone will remember how to spell my last name!
Are you thinking you need to create or update your art website? In a few weeks I will be launching my all new online website building class webinARTs. The webinARTs class is for artists wanted to build their own website and for all of you looking for a website face-lift. The class covers how to create a website from start to finish. Specifically it includes basic navigation, selecting or changing the theme, changing colors and fonts, adding a blog (or transferring one that you already have), building an online store, adding videos, adding html, adding followers and linking it with your domain name. You will be able to build a website using a beautiful template and I think you will be amazed how easy it is. It's all based on the "drag and drop" concept! The class includes more videos than you will ever need and you will have access to the class for at least two years. There is even an updates section to cover updates with the website builder software.
More info and specifics about webinARTs coming shortly. I promise!
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