3 Sites, each composed in a different WordPress theme, are running; the active links to these sites can be found in the side column of the blog pages (see menu at top of scroll) and sometimes to the side of these posts.
one is my own, my professional artist’s presence; it is structured to handle occasional additions, updates and growth over time: Margaret Sunday, Tapestry Artist
another is me taking the bull by the horns and creating a home base for an on-going list-serve discussion. The project began with a dozen committed contributors, and now hosts 40 artists in its sixth month. Because it is always growing, spurring new works, new perspectives and more complexity, this site must be adaptable. Clutter is banished, and every artwork and written contribution is accorded a formal screen presence, allowing it to speak on its own. Drop by and see what we’re doing, and remember, this site is always in flux: Selfies in Tapestry; Slow Art in the Age of Quick
and most recent is a commercial venture, featuring an historic vacation property on the coast of Maine. The site concept centers on the owner’s photographs and writing, and the design reflects her personal style. The site is simple and spacious with room to grow, like Heroncrest itself. The customer reports an enthusiastic response: Heroncrest of Maine
Images: Way Up the Mountain, Middle Ground, tapestry by Margaret Sunday, photo: John Blake; detail of Slow Selfie, tapestry by Janette Meetze from the Selfie blog; Heroncrest, view of Penobscot Bay, photo: Carolyn Hearne