WordPress vs. Blogger vs. Tumblr Part 2: Examples of Artist Blogs and Websites

In March, I published a post entitled WordPress vs. Blogger vs. Tumblr, Free Artist Websites where I wrote a brief overview of the pros / cons and features / benefits of these three different hosting sites. I included a link to an example website or blog for each one. Since the post and the example links have been getting a large number of clicks, I thought it would be useful to post more examples of artist websites created on WordPress, Blogger, and Tumblr.

WORDPRESS

JAMES FOWLER | @jamesfowlerart

The artist James Fowler uses the WordPress theme Twenty Ten. The site has been nicely configured to appear as a static landing page, more as a website portfolio than a blog. There are clear links featured at the top of the website which link to images, cv, contact info, and other pages.

MY PHOTOMATON | @hugobaeta

Hugo Baeta’s Photomaton blog actually uses the same theme as The Practical Art World, Twenty Eleven. For his site it has been customized Continue reading

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An Artful Week

Who says we only have time for art on the weekends? No matter what your schedule looks like, I wish you all an artful week!

Sunday
CASV Studio visits and artist talks

The Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver is one of the best ways to become acquainted with the Vancouver art scene. They often hold studio visits or talks on Sundays for members of the society. Membership costs $185 per year for a single person or $220 for a couple, and with this you receive excellent benefits as well as intimate studio visits with such artists as Ian Wallace, Gordon Smith, Paul Wong, Jeremy Hof, Geoffrey Farmer, Liz Magor, and many more.

Monday
Marketing Mondays – Joanne Mattera blog

Joanne Mattera is an artist and writer living in New York. While maintaining her art career, Ms. Mattera also takes the time to write an art blog where she reviews other shows as well as offers sound, practical advice once a week in a series called Marketing Mondays. The posts include gallery contracts, studio insurance, pricing, art dealers, ethical dilemmas, and many more timely and useful topics. For the full list Continue reading