Caroline Simas and I go way back — about 14 years, to when we were both designing stationery — and it has been a special pleasure to reconnect with her to create a new website for her art licensing business, Multiple Blessings. She has had some terrific websites in the past, but Caroline was feeling the need for a fresh start, and a simpler, mobile-friendly site that was easier to maintain.
It’s been a few year since Charlotte artist Christina Dowdy and I refreshed her marketing materials. It’s so fun to see how my artist clients’ work grows and changes over the years. I work with some incredibly talented people!
I have had the pleasure of collaborating with Ashley Sellner on a number of projects, for mutual clients and for her businesses. Ashley is both a photographer and a fine artist, producing stunning images in many mediums.
This summer, we revamped her web presence to create a new site to highlight her art, and updated her existing site to focus on current photography work. New, coordinated logos tie both sites together.
AshleySellner.com now showcases Ashley's art in a new site with scrolling homepage and multiple galleries.
AshleySellnerPhoto.com now points to a site that focuses on her photography for editorial and commercial clients.
Corrie Manis and her partners at The Art Salon Charlotte have been hosting pop-up art shows in the Charlotte area for years. Just in time for her fall art show, we've rebranded Art Salon to create a more modern look for the company, which attracts an exciting variety of contemporary fine artists.
In the coming months, The Art Salon Charlotte will be also launching a new website.
The Smith Island Art League, a group of artists on Bald Head Island, NC, hosts an art show at the BHI Association Center twice a year, Memorial Day Weekend and Thanksgiving Weekend. We produce posters and an email campaign each year. This year, we include the works of seven artists: Sherry Becker, Maria Clancy, Nancy Giacci, Mike Ligett, Karen Mortimer, Marilyn Ridgeway, and Prudy Weaver.
It is a pleasure to work with an artist this talented, business-savvy, and tech-competent.
I am so proud of the good work that friend and client Hannah Blanton has done at Sozo Gallery. We created a brand and small website when Hannah opened Sozo in 2013, and after much growth, it was time to refresh the website with a new, mobile-friendly design that made room for additional image galleries.
A lot of the work in putting together a new website is in the tedious organization of images and content details. Many thanks to new Gallery Manager Sara Frances Koontz for her diligent and precise management of the site's implementation.
I've been working with Artist Wendy Bilas to produce some marketing materials, ads, and a new website (still in the works). It is always an honor to help present the work of incredibly talented artists, especially one as kind and gracious as Wendy.