Websites and Social Media

Helping you to realize your creative vision

using the tools available for your Mac, iPad and iPhone.

Creatives have very little time for website maintenance and updates let alone building a site from scratch. We'd rather be painting, writing, dancing, or shooting from behind a lens.

But we also know how important having a website is: It can be used as a portfolio and gallery, to show off the best examples of our work, a resume of our jobs and accomplishments, a way to let people know what we think, what we are doing and a way to share "What's up," and "What's New." It's a way to get "our" word out, to help generate awareness about our Art, build a following and hopefully, if that is our intention, to sell our work and ourselves.

Too often we abrogate the creation and maintenance of our sites to a third party who, over time, may become hard to get a hold of, hard to deal with, charge more, or who move on to other projects leaving us with a site that languishes and quickly becomes out of date.

I would be happy to discuss the solutions I've found that I believe make it relatively easy and painless to take control of this very important, necessary aspect of our artistic business. If, however, you still want someone to update and post on your behalf, I do offer affordable contracts where I can do this for you.

Here are a few examples from clients who have built and maintain their sites:

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Elizabeth Mowry

Elizabeth Mowry is a Master Pastelist in the Pastel Society of America, and a Distinguished Pastelist in the Pastel Society of the West Coast on whose Board of Advisors she serves. Elizabeth is listed in Who’s Who in American Art.


Dan Frazier

Dan received a BFA at the University of Colorado and remained there teaching Art in the public Schools for 20 years. He started illustration in the Gaming industry in 1990 and has created some of the most icon art for the game, Magic the Gathering.

Michael Kimble

Paints with a focus on figures and portraiture, and a new emphasis on still lifes and landscapes, using techniques developed from the academic method of the renaissance masters while incorporating contemporary techniques and styles.


Dianne Losasso

Dancing and performing for over 25 years and teaching for more than 15, Vicky has an extensive dance background in Jazz, Latin, Ballet and Ballroom dance.

Educational Consultant

Sally Ogden

Sally is a colorful speaker, author and Colorado Teacher of the Year award recipient who energizes audiences with her enthusiasm, passion, and humor.  Ogden helps educators and parents learn practical tools to build responsible kids, while teaching them how to make discipline a breeze. She specializes in helping people of all ages deal with bullying, difficult people, and power struggles.


Caroline Stutson

Caroline writes wonderful picture books for children, many are available on Her website is a great showcase of her work.