Tuesday, May 11, 2010
For years I have been battling with the idea of setting up a web site. My husband John actually set up johnandjosie.com. This was supposed to feature my work along with his but I have found it WAY to difficult to keep up dated. My work changes so radically from month to month (really maybe like from week to week). The idea of anyone interested enough to seek out my web site seeing work that is not current drives me NUTZ. Consequently my gallery section on the site has been non existent.
When people asked me if I had a web site I would refer them to this blog. My thinking was if someone could patiently sift through the words they could get an idea of what I was currently working on. But it hasn't been a really a satisfactory solution for anybody who just wanted to see my work.
I belong to an great organization - the ACGA (Association of Clay and Glass Artists). This group of over 3oo California artists hosts the incredible show in Palo Alto that I participate in every July. They have also provided the solution for my web site dilemma, I think. Check this out. It offers a glimpse of my current work. The biggest plus is it's very easy for me to keep updated. I can now have John link this on the johnandjosie.com site as my gallery page...the old girl is catching on... ...pretty cool tool I say!