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Regina Allen is a nationally exhibiting artist who has shown in cities throughout the US including Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Nashville, and Austin. Her work has been included in New American Paintings. Regina creates inspiring paintings and collages that use the patterns and colors of landscape, focusing on places where there is tension between people and their environment. Her art sensuously captures the enduring beauty of the land, expressing tentative hopefulness along with her concerns about global climate change.
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Erin Rachel Hudak is a painter, photographer and installation artist. Her work explores the polarities of grief and joy, grit and beauty, love and loss. She covers and uncovers frantic messages when painting like an archaeologist who discovers and then reburies a treasure. Hudak embraces these discoveries, however and often turns them into numerous works such as performances or installations using words, quips and objects to represent the themes of death and rebirth, freedom and entrapment. Hudak sees her work as a public diary, by revealing tender but powerful feelings to her viewer she allows you to journey with her through the pain and exultation of life. She attended Allegheny College and received her BFA at the Savannah College of Art and Design. She was recently awarded a fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center where she was a resident for May 2006. She currently lives and works in her studio in Brooklyn NY.
Folio Link was the perfect solution to my web site needs. I am very design conscious and did not like the other self made web sites that I had seen. Then I found Folio Link and I was so impressed by the choices and the designs I was given plus they are very affordable. While I learned how to use the Folio Link system everyone at Folio Link was so helpful and patient on the phone and e-mail every time I had questions. Now it is so easy and I am able to update my web site constantly and change whatever I want, which I love! I have had so many compliments on my web site and it's thanks to Folio Link!
My interest is in the possibilities of the imagination. Through my art, I aim to stimulate one's vision and curiosity to create a gratifying and thought provoking experience. I think of my recent works as incomplete puzzle segments that provide a glimpse of pictorial worlds that are free to inhabit. Jovan Villalba is an artist living and working in NYC. Soon after graduating from The Cooper Union School of Art in 1999, he acquired a studio space in Chelsea, NYC. Since then he has been exhibiting his art in galleries throughout the United States.
FolioLink is a great way to showcase your artwork on the web. Their website templates are extremely easy to manage and deliver superb design. I recommend FolioLink to any artist looking to share, or sell their artwork on the internet.
As a photographer, my interest is in implication rather declaration. I am drawn to images that do not present a single-point narrative. The most exciting moments are those when I see something whose meaning and narrative are unresolved, an image that can disquiet and please with its beauty; an image that can conceal as well as reveal. I try to ask questions in a voice that does not shout, and the relationship between myself and an image is much like the conversation of two people who do not know each other well engaging late at night in a kind of sotto voce exchange in which the participants are required to lean toward one another, quiet down, and listen carefully.
Upon deciding to take the plunge and promote my photographic work through a website, I embarked on a rather long research project. I knew that I wanted to work with a team devoted to partnership, innovation, design excellence and superior technical assistance. Happily, I found that and more with FolioLink. I have developed strong relationships with the incredible people at FolioLink and they have supported me, and my work in every way possible. I could not be more grateful for that dedication and for the creativity they bring to the artists and photographers, both fine art and commercial, who are FolioLink website users. FolioLink is never static; they are constantly providing new formats for presentation so that your website can change almost effortlessly whenever you choose. I would also like artists to know that FolioLink's technical crew is available for free technical support and at very reasonable prices should you decide to use their design consultation and assisted re-design services. They offer great advice on image uploading and gallery/portfolio arrangements and most helpfully, how to link your site to other places in the most effective way, so that your work can be reinforced to viewers. To have that element within your FolioLink site raises awareness, but also sends a positive message about your activity and the potential you have for attracting audiences. For example, I was recently chosen by a group of curators to be included in a major exhibition in central London. It was required of exhibitors to establish a Twitter site for additional exposure and publicity. I had never previously engaged in social media. What I have found through this vehicle is that many, many more people are going to my FolioLink website after seeing an image on Twitter that they are drawn to. Without the sophistication of my FolioLink site, I do not think people would spend as much time reviewing those galleries as they now do. FolioLink is willing to spend time with each artist to create those vital links and to assist artists in promotional activities.
I imagine the first basket as hands cupped together, a strong and universal human gesture. I can't know what my work will be about for other people, but I hope it will provoke something, be a starting place for an emotion or a thought. And, missionary that I am, I hope it will convert them to being artists, always looking for what is beautiful and interesting, perhaps where least expected. I want my baskets to invite people to look and touch. I am happiest when someone can't resist picking one up and holding it in their hands.
This works! After years of procrastination, I was able to make a website in an afternoon, and without tears. I love changing colors and formats with a couple of taps. So much fun. And real people answer the phone. Amazing.
I am a painter living and working in Escondido, California. During the last two decades, my work has centered on the myths and concepts that have defined our relationship to nature. My love for botany evolved out of my concern over the uncertain realities of genetic engineering, the accelerated speed of human dominion over nature, and my reverence for the miraculous design of plants. Currently, I am exploring the practice of indigenous herbalism in relation to our mechanistic worldview in a series of acrylic and watercolor paintings.
Before last year, even though my work had been exhibited in numerous juried, and group exhibitions, I had not sought out gallery representation. However, when I received a sabbatical from teaching, I decided to create a web site of my work with the intention of submitting it to galleries. After researching a number of options, I selected FolioLink because of the many features, template choices, reasonable price, and expert service they offered. Once I completed building the site, I sent it to a number of galleries. The next day I received my first response. Now, my work is represented in San Diego, Santa Monica, Dallas, and New York galleries.