Thank you for all of your encouragement and support these past few months. You have provided me with so much valuable feedback, and I am so happy to announce my new website has launched.
Same place, new look! More features to help you learn about what is going on behind the scenes. Here’s what you’ll find.
The ability to write blog posts was my biggest reason for the website upgrade. While a picture can speak a thousand words, sometimes it doesn’t tell you the whole story. The blogs will tell you what you can’t see.
Here I can provide you with far more information than I can in social media. And, you can find it whenever you want. It won’t get lost in your emails.
Based on feedback from the reader survey, my first two blogs Rich Memories and Darn It! are about the stories behind the art. And, of course, there’s this blog that you’re reading right now. Other articles are in the works and include information about art materials, a little art history, and my philosophies about art.
One of my favorite upgrades to the website is your ability to see my art by category.
Before, you saw one long stream of images organized with the newest first. Now, you can choose what you want to see. For example, if you’re interested in what I’ve created for previous commissions, then you can view just those images.
Check out this great new feature, and let me know what you think.
The feature for announcing where my work will show has been expanded. Exhibits — past, present, and future — each have their own page.
Once you open each exhibit, you can find more details including dates, addresses, and web links. For present and past shows you can even see which artwork won awards. Is there more information you think would be helpful? Please let me know so I can include that information.
Take a look around, and enjoy the website. Special thanks to my awesome web designer, Katie, at 1 Happy Place.
I want to write about what YOU want to read, so be sure to let me know what interests you. Post your feedback in the comments below, or if you have something more personal you’d like to say, send me a message.