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Websites for Artists and Designers

Artists and designers have strong views about the look of their website. We work alongside them to make sure that artists’ and designers’ websites really reflect them. We give extra consideration to colour and presentation.

Click on the pictures to visit each website:

Christopher Neve 36 Paintings

Christopher Neve wrote two books and a novel centered around painting and art, but he was first and foremost an artist himself. He chose these 36 paintings from his body of work to represent him. He was most particular about how they should appear on the page, and how they should enlarge when clicked.

We are delighted that he approved this design before his death in March 2024.

Kate Chitham Fine Art, Shropshire

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Fine artist Kate Chitham paints garden produce, flowers and landscapes in various media including bold, brilliant acrylic.

Her website, originally built in pure code, now harnesses the power of WordPress to sort Kate’s work into categories. The display of each picture varies depending on its aspect ratio.

Kate also offers mural painting, graphic design and more as show cased in Kate Chitham, another Applegreen Websites for artists and designers project.

Kate Chitham: artist, painter and graphic designer

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Understandably, Kate wanted to control the look of the website that showcases her work in several artistic fields. The result is interconnected squares in soft, pastel colours with delicious swirly watermarks hand-drawn by Kate herself.

Applegreen enjoyed rising to the technical challenges of this unusual project and is very pleased with the result of our joint efforts.

Alison Olorunsola, textile artist

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Alison Olorunsola creates large-scale canvases inspired by nature on land and sea, using a variety of textile and painting techniques.

With WordPress, she is able to upload photos of her works as they are completed, as well as keeping her exhibitions and courses pages up to date.