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10 Sandvox sites tagged “fine art”

Fat Goat Farm

Fat Goat Farm

“Basic information about our organic farm and vineyard of Italian varietals, as well as the art created in the studio here. Also, a few short slideshows and movies that tell the story of what we do at Fat Goat Farm. It has a list of our our trees. The site also shows our gym - The Iron Jungle of...” — Joe Thomas

Arthur Lopez

Arthur Lopez

“I felt the smooth dark was the most suitable for an artist website. The dark background helps to showcase the work in a much better way.” — Arthur P. Lopez

Gary Zuercher Fine Art

Gary Zuercher Fine Art

“I use the Hydrogen design because of the clean, simple layout and yet, it is customizable for my needs.” — Gary Zuercher

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

Maureen McKee Fine Art

“I choose the clean sheets design for its simplicity and the option to let my art work be the focus of the site.” — Maureen McKee

Gary Weisman

Gary Weisman

“Showcases my bronze sculpture as well as a personal plasticine clay formula. The site also includes bronze foundry photos that were taken in my personal studio using ceramic shell casting.” — Gary Weisman

Jeanne McGauley Conway Paintings

Jeanne McGauley Conway Paintings

“The design I chose was classic and had a clean look. I wanted to give the color of the oil paintings and watercolors the main emphasis. The home page has a balanced look and minimal text and simple information. As a novice web designer, it was very simple to transfer my IWeb website into the...” — Jeanne Conway

JosephLitzinger.com

JosephLitzinger.com

“I wanted as blank a canvas as I could use with Sandvox (the artist in me) to make this site look very pleasing to the eye, simple and easy to view and navigate. It was important to me that the art work and artist was the main focus on each page.” — Joseph Litzinger

Galleons Lap Photography - Atelier Gallery

Galleons Lap Photography - Atelier Gallery

“I like the clean, mostly monochromatic look of the design, with just a hint of blue on the page links. It lets me use my photography to bring whatever colors I want to use.” — Seth Berkowitz

Just Plain Pix

Just Plain Pix

“The purpose of our website is to promote my artwork. I am a disabled photographer and pastel painter. My artwork is one of the joys of my life and makes it easy for me to get up and face another day.” — Kym Nippes