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17 Sandvox sites tagged “artist”

Daugaard Antikvariat

Daugaard Antikvariat

“Jeg handler med sjove, smukke, sjældne antikvariske bøger. Flotte bogbind, gamle kort, autografer, manuskripter mm. Køb, salg og vurdering.” — Peter Daugaard

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

Public Art by Juanjo Novella - sculpture in open spaces

Public Art by Juanjo Novella - sculpture in open spaces

“The grey is a neutral color to enhance the pics, and also is adaptable to a modern style. It is relaxing to see.” — Juanjo Novella

Frank Spears

Frank Spears

“To spread and publicize the name "Frank Spears," a well known South African painter” — M. J. Spears

Stofer Gallery

Stofer Gallery

“Viewers loved the slideshow feature of my homepage, allowing them to get an instant feel for what is on offer.” — Dawn Stofer

Artist Colin King illustrator

Artist Colin King illustrator

“I used the simple drag and drop method for my images, which included a couple of simple animations, created in Photoshop.” — Mr. C. King

Todd A. Mueller

Todd A. Mueller

“Using Sandvox was easy and quick and I had my website up in running in no time. I have a business associate who was having a professional web company creating their website at the same time, and is still waiting to get a final product.” — Todd A. Mueller

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

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

Deedee Hampton

Deedee Hampton

“I chose this website design because I think dark colors work well for art work- it makes the colors "pop".” — Deedee Hampton

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

Paula Schoen / Contemporary Art

Paula Schoen / Contemporary Art

“Building my website with Sandvox forced me to get all of my digital photos in order. In the process, I was able to revisit some great exhibitions, trips and paintings that I had not seen for a few years. Plus, my newly designed site gave me the opportunity to contact others in the art community...” — Paula Schoen

College Counseling by Barry Beach

College Counseling by Barry Beach

“I was able to figure out how to incorporate my logo and play with the color and width of it across the page. Definitely added a customized look.” — Barry Beach

De Walden Press Miniature Handmade Books

De Walden Press Miniature Handmade Books

“The Outside the Lines Blue design with the page of white hand made paper complements the content of my site. I like the clean white page, and the beautiful deep blue border, and the typeface used for the headings is slightly quirky but still easily readable. The layout is adaptable and presents the...” — Jan Kellett

Jody Racicot - Furniture Maker

Jody Racicot - Furniture Maker

“As a busy actor my name often appears on websites dedicated to movies and television. Many fans have been surprised to visit my website and find that it is not dedicated to my acting career rather to my passion for building furniture.” — Jody Racicot

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

Fernwood Writers Workshops

Fernwood Writers Workshops

“My current Sandvox design has colours that match my emblem photograph: a fern and a piece of driftwood.” — Karen Lee Pickett