Art portfolio website examples.

Grace Blair

“Grace Blair is a painter who specializes in pastel-toned paintings from life; portraits, figures, objects, and interior landscape. Her work depicts objects, interior landscapes, the nude figure, and the combination of all three. The main subject of her work is the social constructions of gender, feminity, and sexuality. ”

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Jasmin Amoako

“Born in Ghana, Jasmin-Nicole is a Canadian emerging visual artist. A graduate of OCAD University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Drawing and Painting program, Jasmin's practice focuses on a contemporary representation of the lives of Black women. She engages with figurative art, abstraction, and sacred West African braiding practices to connect the human body to nature.”

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Natalia Mendez

“Natalia Mendez's work exclusively depicts her friends and family. She explores the emotional and physical ideas of relationships. Mendez believes when painting, the artist’s subconscious mind inadvertently reflects onto what he or she is creating. As an empath, she can describe people with a certain amount of attention allowing an intimate and personal take on the figures she represents. The quantity of time she uses to focus on portraying an image allows for specificity. ”

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Rose McBurney

“Rose McBurney is a figurative painter living and working in New Orleans. She takes inspiration from home movies, the collective unconscious, friends, family, and her own inner eye. As a primarily self-taught artist, it is through McBurney’s organization and tenacity that she has maintained a steadfast commitment to a regular studio practice since 2011. ”

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Katherine Bencosme

“Katherine Bencosme is a Dominican American artist born, raised, and based in New York City. Katherine focuses on their personal experiences of the world while also investigating how the environment around them has sculpted their perspective. Major themes explored include immigration and cultural exchange through the lens of labor, community, and family; finding identity while dealing with religion and tradition; navigating through the personal exploration of gender and sex in these environments.”

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“A young creative artist, Nicholas was born on a barrier island in southeast North Carolina. Painting and drawing is Nicholas' way to communicate and it has always been part of his life. His creations of dragons, reptiles, and mythical creatures give a glimpse of his inner universe.”

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Lionel Lofton

“Lionel Lofton is an abstract painter and collagist. Lionel's work helps you document everyday living experiences from work to play, from life to death, and from sadness to happiness. Lionel's work takes people through a journey about life as an ever-evolving experience, full of new insights every day.”

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Kyra Nijskens

“Kyra Nijskens’ vivid work wavers between a devotion for painterly processes and a conceptual analysis of the painting. Investigating the interplay between traditional techniques and the uncontrolled image-making machine of the digital era, she started to reconsider the painting as a transparent screen. By layering individual sheets of film acetate, allowing for infinite new combinations, she researches the changeability and temporality of an image while destabilizing the painting's permanence.”

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Laurent Bécot Ruiz

“Laurent Bécot Ruiz is a painter based in Paris. Prior to painting, Laurent was also a photographer for more than ten years. Laurent takes time to make colors, create mixtures and textures, and apply lines one by one on a large white canvas. ”

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Kim, Esther Doyeon

“Esther Doyeon Kim is a South Korean Canadian artist currently based in Toronto. Esther's works scrutinize the idea of gratitude on mundanity, delivering a sense of picturesque happiness—a celebration of a tedious moment. Esther explores simplicity, flat forms, and animated colors to create expressive, whimsical, and joyous moments.”

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Updated on July 22, 2021 | By Steph Davidson

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How to create an art portfolio website.

Attract clients with an art portfolio that highlights exactly who you are as an artist. Creating your own online art portfolio is easy and intuitive with a dedicated art portfolio website builder. Choose a website builder like Format that comes with blogging, SEO, social media tools, and an online store so you have everything you need to display your work brilliantly and grow your business. We’ve rounded up six simple tips to keep in mind when building your portfolio website.

  1. Sign up for a free trial with Format. No credit card required.
  2. Choose an art template. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch templates.
  3. Upload your artwork. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the template preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more—whenever you want.

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