Fine art is there, on the artist here network
The artisthere network provides a place for artists to raise their profile on the web and beyond, and has grown out of our many years of providing custom websites for artists.
The artisthere network is a service designed to meet the needs of artists to display their works and connect with buyers and others. Hosting and lots more. Your partner and guide to the WWW.
Our sites are powered by WordPress, supplemented with a careful selection of add-ons (plugins), and provide a variety of formats of ready-made and/or custom-designed galleries, along with the option of blogging.
We developed a core theme to provide most, if not all, of what you need, along with lots of customization options. We work with you to develop what’s called a child theme to display your artworks on your own site.
More of What You Need
Starting with common ready-to-go add-ons (plugins), we have developed additional plugins to provide essential artist website elements such as an events calendar.
Our Hosting; Your Domain
As part of the artisthere network hosting service, we also provide domain name registration/management, along with the option for email at your domain.
News from Google
- Bruno Mars Returns to No. 1 on Billboard Artist 100 After Grammys Performances - Billboard - February 23, 2017
- News Shakina Nayfack Named Recipient of Drama Leagues Beatrice Terry Artist in Residence Fellow - Playbill.com - February 23, 2017
- Mariah Careys Makeup Artist Kristofer Buckle Gives Gabriela the Glam Treatment on Revenge Body: "Khloe Hooked ... - E! Online - February 23, 2017
- Zac Brown Thanks Wife, Bandmates While Receiving Artist Humanitarian Award - The Boot - February 23, 2017
- Bullshit Artist Dr. Oz Is Doing an Episode About Fake News - Gizmodo - February 23, 2017
- Be dope every day declares renowned artist Sydney G. James - Rolling Out - February 23, 2017
- 15 years after surviving communal riots, Muslim artist crafts idol for Hindu temple - Mashable - February 23, 2017
- Tulsa artist Christopher Westfall finds art in nature - Tulsa World (blog) - February 23, 2017