Art portfolio website examples.

Gershon kreimer

“Gershon Kreimer (U.S.A., b. Lima, Peru) lives and works in Los Angeles. He graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. His photographic nudes - stark, unadorned and unabashedly austere; ensure that the emotional connection with the viewer of every image remains intact, integral and entirely reflective of both Kreimer and the subject. Kreimer’s images, stripped away of any distracting adornments, are testimonies and tributes to the power of a singular emotion. ”

Theme: Coral

Lavender Chang

“Lavender Chang's focus lies in conceptual photography. Reflection of the sensitivity towards the surrounding nuances creates an extended canvas allowing contemplation and leaving behind traces of her mortality through the passage of time. Exhibited at Singapore Art Museum, Sundaram Tagore Gallery NYC, Mizuma Gallery, The Arts House, Gajah Gallery Yogyakarta, Alliance Française de Singapour. She won Noise Singapore Prize, France+ Singapore Photographic Art Awards and President Design Award.”

Theme: Ora

Matt Lee

“Matt Lee is an artist, illustrator and educator. His work has exhibited across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, including the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Mall Galleries in London. He uses drawing, collage, photography and video to examine processes for constructing, framing and manipulating visual messages.”

Theme: Ora

Mariana Coló

“Mariana Coló, born in December 1986 / Based in Buenos Aires. As an anthropologist and artist, she intends to apprehend the world in a way that goes beyond superficial observation. Her artistic work takes the form of watercolour paintings and embroideries; a hybrid body of work that weaves theory with fiction, informal fieldwork with poetic sensibility, mythology with personal narrative. In order to represent an intimate visual ethnography animated by subtle flows of fragmentation and mutation.”

Theme: Mica

Shawn Mathis Gooden

“Gooden creates mixed media drawings and installations where the materials used switches as often as the visual story being conveyed. Yet the touch and the correlation of that piece to a personal experience is always present. Also providing a different form of delicacy through their varying mediums. There are underlying tones of storytelling, intimacy, and nostalgia. Each piece is triggered by either by a piece of literature or aspects of the many communities of which Gooden belongs. ”

Theme: Grace

Jean-Michel Garachon

“Jean-Michel Garachon is a Parisian painter who mixes artwork, calligraphy, humor and poetry in his works. He begins his artistic work in stained glass and art restoration in various workshops, and then on his own in original creations. During the 1990s, Jean-Michel developed a passion for interior architecture and design. He creates many pieces of furniture with curves that are out of the ordinary, bright colors and singular style.”

Theme: Foray

Sararay

“A self taught painter, history hoarder and canvas tent enthusiast Sara is directly descended from legends of the old frontier– including Wild Bill and great grandfather Sequah who toured with Buffalo Bill Cody. Her ancestry stretches to the eastern woodlands where her grandfathers were the literal inspiration for J.F. Coopers “Last of the Mohicans” tales. She says she works between yesteryear and tomorrow, on an antique easel, that holds a new canvas and it is a good place to be.”

Theme: Peak

Idris Mootee

“Idris sees his work as a movement to reflect the technolization of our lives and to manipulate a sense of reality while re-contextualizing what is considered “normal.” They are mash-ups sometimes accented with post-impressionist explosions of colors and textures. Many of his works question and blur the boundaries and intersections between the real, unreal, and the semi-real; they are a profound artistic interpretation and an edgy reflection of our modern-day life”

Theme: Offset

Dana Gilchrist

“Dana creates in a variety of styles exploring various mediums, tools and techniques for mark-making. Inspired by a love of music and rhythm, she creates in a spontaneous fashion, layering materials and then scraping, scratching, rubbing or sanding to reveal elements below. Details exposed through a worn surface honour the idea of beauty rediscovered through the endurance of time or circumstance. She often incorporates sentimental, found or discarded materials into her mixed media collage work.”

Theme: Foray

Johann Krammer

“Johann Krammer is a illustrator and painter from the Chiemgau (South Germany). His main motifs are people from his surroundings. People with something extraordinary in their faces, which is perhaps only visible through a painted picture. Mostly Johann Krammer draws with pencil or charcoal or paints with oil paint in a larger format. In addition to his portraits, he also paints astronomical objects that can otherwise only be observed through large telescopes.”

Theme: Stockholm

Updated on August 13, 2019 | 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 proofing, 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 theme. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch themes.
  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 theme 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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