A Closer Look at Famous Female Artists

Before coming up with a website, it is essential to look at other similar designs and pick up some good ideas you come across. In the last few decades, the state of artist websites has grown to greater heights. Most art websites today are aesthetically appealing and effective as far as marketing is concerned. Based on our findings here are some famous artists that truly know how to leverage the power of visual art online.

Natasha Wescoat

A favorite too many, Natasha is a tech-savvy and sociable artist. Her personal attributes are believed to be integral in making her site beautiful and responsive. Best of all, how she incorporates the Wix’s shopping cart into her website makes it easy for her to do business online – which is why she is in business anyway.

Ann Rea

Ann Rea taps into the power of having a neat and simple design. She also runs a blog and offers an email list, which can be very resourceful to an upcoming artist. Her immaculate website along with unique artwork makes her model for the art world to follow.

Lori McNee

Lori is another artist who is held in high esteem far and wide. Her website is well designed and simple. Like the other artists, Lori also sells directly from her site. For learners, she has a resourceful blog where she gives back her many lessons in her pursuit of improving the art-world.

Kelly Rae Roberts

Kelly is another great inspiration to artists everywhere. Most importantly, she is a perfect example of a self-taught artist who has made a name for herself. Her journey from being a social worker to an artist along with what she shares online explains why she calls herself a “possibiliterian.”

There is a lot to learn from the contributions made by these artists to modern-day art. With some due diligence on your part, you stand to gain a lot from other artists as well.