An Artists Work is Never Done
Is your artist website seemingly always “a work in progress”? My website never seems completely up to date and it frustrates me to no end- besides that, its highly unprofessional. This spring, I developed a three-phase plan to renovate my website and in the long term, redirect new traffic to said website. Because I’m more apt to accomplish my goals if I divide them into phases, I applied for an Opportunity Grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts.
I was awarded the grant, which got me off to a good start. Phase One entailed hiring a photographer to capture the essence of my work and workspace for use in a newly designed website. I asked Joe Del Tufo, a friend and amazingly talented photographer to document my process, works, and workspace.
These images will be used in Phase Two, which entails the development of my new website. Saddled with a new website, Phase Three will be the most challenging part- Marketing myself. I wanted toshare some of the magical shots that Joe captured for me. I look forward to the magic that happens next- as both my talented web design and social media coaches nudge me forward thru what I consider to be one of the most painstaking aspects of being a visual artist. Thanks to the talented folks who are helping me reach my goals, and the Delaware Division of the Arts for their support.