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19 Sandvox sites tagged “portrait”

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

Bert Feringa

Bert Feringa

“The design Krypton Pro left side bar has a very professional look and is well suited for showing paintings.” — A Feringa

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

Lee McIntyre Photography

Lee McIntyre Photography

“The Lake design by Behind the Rabbit is a wonderfully elegant design that compliments the photography examples.” — L. Lee McIntyre

Gillian Palmer ARTIST /PAINTER IN NEW ZEALAND

“The design I chose in Sandvox is Distinction. After much consideration I decided that a clean look was needed to complement and not compete with the paintings. Also the menu type face is larger than Clean Sheets and I have the choice of changing the colour.” — Gillian S. Palmer

TNrick Photography Portfolio

“I chose the Night Breeze template because of the overall dark tones. Since it had a banner I could modify, I was able to place the little guy that appears on my business cards right there on each web page.” — Rick Elliott

McAvoy Photo

McAvoy Photo

“The current design is simple to help make the images stand out from the backgrounds. The colours are cool and soothing to help generate a relaxed atmosphere.” — James McAvoy

Christel Ibsen

Christel Ibsen

“Eighteen teen years ago, I suddenly lost my hearing. From leading a productive, exciting but frazzled life - shuttling between Paris, New York and London - within a few years I had become 95% deaf. And that is when I started to paint... With the silence of deafness came peace and the blissful...” — christel ibsen

www.davidalanclark.com

www.davidalanclark.com

“The matte grey background does not fight with the images - and our site is all about the work depicted in the photographs. Also - the sans serif typeface is simple and not distracting.” — David and MJ Clark

Arts Integration Consulting

Arts Integration Consulting

“As an arts-based consulting firm, we were looking for something that had a clean, artistic edge to it--something that would convey the creativity that our company embodies.” — Sean Layne

Images by Fiona Nichols

Images by Fiona Nichols

“Not yet concluded any sales, but I have great hopes. The few people who have looked at the website are very impressed by it. That is due as much to the Karelia team as to my own works.” — Fiona Nichols

e2Photography

e2Photography

“Using a combination of Sandvox and JAlbums allowed me to embed video slideshows hosted on vimeo.com easily and generate simple slideshows with music reflective of the various aspects of my business.” — Steven Seelig

Christographer

Christographer

“People Corporate & Events Motoring Landscapes & Nature Photoshop Print Price List” — Christopher Waddell

Photography by Dean Zatkowsky

Photography by Dean Zatkowsky

“I work hard to give my photographs a three-dimensional feeling, and I liked this design because it imparts a subtle sense of dimensionality as well.” — Dean Zatkowsky

Brian Alabaster Sculptor

“The clear clean line and black background provides the perfect foil to images of my sculptures. The clever gallery system gives easy navigation around the site” — Brian Alabaster

David John Gallery

David John Gallery

“I chose Smooth Dark as my design. It looked to me to be the "no nonsense" clean design that would impress visitors.” — David John

David Williams - Nottinghamshire artist

David Williams - Nottinghamshire artist

“I was attracted to its simple, unfussy format. Something more elaborate would have detracted from the display of my paintings, which is the main impact I want to make.” — David Williams

Hahn-Photography - Photography on the Highest Level

Hahn-Photography - Photography on the Highest Level

“I needed a black background and a supporting picture that had to do with traveling, Asia etc. The choice was obvious. It shows the only human made structure that can be seen from the moon: the Chinese Great Wall.” — Johan