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8 Sandvox sites tagged “abstract”

Trixie Pitts

Trixie Pitts

“I share studio space with a tough bunch of New York City abstract painters. For them to be impressed with my website and even ask how I did it is a huge compliment!” — Trixie Pitts

Donald-Rizzo Abstract Verism

Donald-Rizzo Abstract Verism

“I'm a visual artist and my website showcases my work and style of Abstract Verism. Abstract: art that does not attempt to represent external, recognizable reality but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures. Verism: From the Latin word meaning “true,”...” — Donald Rizzo

RCurtis Photography

“Since I am not a programmer, I stuck to the tools that were already built into Sandvox and I thought they worked great.” — Randy Curtis

Fine Art by Evan Roy Dahlke

Fine Art by Evan Roy Dahlke

“I prefer a simple, clean design with most of the background dark. This allows my work to stand out more.” — Evan Roy Dahlke

Nitamac.com

Nitamac.com

“I love the way Sandvox has made it so easy to link to Google Analytics and to maximize the benefits of os x 10.7.2, aka Lion.” — Anita MacAleavey

Yenney and Imara

Yenney and Imara

“My website has allowed me to make interesting contacts in the art world as well as sell some art and keep friends and family up to date on what I'm up to.” — Jennifer Hammar

African American Artist Eugene J. Martin

African American Artist Eugene J. Martin

“Many visitors like the design of the new website about the prolific artist Eugene Martin as it is an easily accessible and essential reference source about his works of art, press, books, videos, exhibits, museum and galleries shows, interactive links, and contact information.” — Suzanne Fredericq

Suzanne Ally Painting

Suzanne Ally Painting

“My husband and I live in different cities. He is my best critic of both my paintings and my writing. Every morning he checks to see if I have written anything in my blog or posted a new painting. During this time we are living apart we have my website as our secret meeting place, in plain view of...” — Suzanne Ally