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  1. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood

    14" x 24" x 4"

    One of a kind

    Year: 2019

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $2,100.00

  2. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood

    20" x 17" x 8"

    One of a kind

    Year: 2019

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $3,000.00

  3. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood

    34" x 7" x 7"

    One of a kind

    Year: 2019

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $3,000.00

  4. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood

    66" x 10" x 10"

    One of a kind

    Year: 2019

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $6,400.00

  5. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood Sculpture

    62" x 20" x 10"

    One of a kind

    2018

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $6,000.00

  6. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood Sculpture

    69" x 22" x 14"

    One of a kind

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    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $6,500.00

  7. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Charred Wood, Dye, Lacquer

    33" x 43"

    One of a kind

    2019

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $4,200.00

  8. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood Sculpture

    68" x 27" x 17"

    2018

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $6,500.00

  9. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood Wall Assemblage

    40" x 20

    One-of-a-kind

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $2,400.00

  10. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood Wall Assemblage

    38" x 49"

    One of a kind

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    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $5,600.00

  11. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood Wall Assemblage

    44" x 39"

    One-of-a kind

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    CollexArt Buyer Services

     

    $5,200.00

  12. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Polished Bronze

    8" x 30" x 6"

    #1 in an edition of 12

    Year:  2018

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    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $9,800.00

  13. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Bronze, Concrete

    8th in edition of 8

    9" x 34" x 8"

    Year: 2018

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $9,800.00

  14. The Makings of a Great Artist Website What Makes A Website Great? This question can be asked whether you are just starting out on the web or a seasoned artist in need of a new website presence. The truth is that there are many factors that go into a great artist website. There is no one thing that you can point to like beautiful website design, because that on its own won’t get you very far if the other important pieces are not in place. Portfolio Website of CollexArt Exhibiting Artist Joel Urruty While building your site for the first time or rebuilding your site can feel daunting it is an important step to take when marketing your work. While social media pages can help you reach a new audience it is your website that helps to establish your professional presence as an artist. Think of your website as your calling card, where you get to put your best work forward and share all relevant text as it applies to your work from your artist statement, to news of shows, to happenings in the studio and more. No other digital space gives you as much room as your own website to share an overview of yourself as an artist. Your own website, also makes it easy for those interested in your work to reach out to you including art galleries who, in general, want to see your professional website as part of your marketing presence online. Get started with this basic checklist for your artist website. 1. Identify the main purpose of your site Is it for branding, a professional calling card, for selling your work, a job search tool, to share work privately with people already familiar with the work you do or…? Identifying the purpose of your site is an important first step in order to keep your priorities in mind as you begin to communicate your ideas to a website provider. 2. Choose a comprehensive service There are many services on the Internet that offer websites. In our opinion, however, you should look for a service that specifically deals with artists and who understand what artists need. You will likely want a service with excellent technical support where you can speak to staff on the phone, and a service that enables you to easily create, host and manage your site all in one. 3. Choose a beautiful website design The website should be about your work and not about the website design. Choose a layout and color theme that compliments what you do. 4. Select a website design with easy navigation Whatever you do, make sure that the website is easy to navigate. Site visitors will leave if they don’t understand how to visit the pages in your site. 5. Branding for all the right reasons Think about branding for your website and whether a designer logo would be appropriate for your work and whether you want a favicon. A logo can lend a certain level of credibility to your site and to your print materials. It can also be an important graphical asset in the overall presentation of your site. If you opt for a professionally designed logo, be sure to request a version of the file saved with an EPS extension as this is a vector file and can be easily scaled. Files saved as PNGs or JPGs cannot be scaled. Favicons are fun additions you can add as a graphic element ahead of your domain name in the browser bar. You can turn any JPG file into a favicon, and there are services online that will turn your file into a favicon with a .ico extension. 6. Contact and or guest book links in your menu Prominently display your contact information and include a guest book or newsletter signup to capture site visitor email addresses. Be sure that it is easy for your site visitors to find your contact information, and don’t overlook the importance of capturing contact information from your site visitors. Artists who take marketing seriously know the value of an opt-in email list. To legally email site visitors they must have agreed to accept emails from you. 7. A Design that works with desktop, tablet and mobile browsers Make sure your site is mobile friendly for phones and tablets. Your site visitors will come to your site on any number of devices from desktops, to laptops, to tablets to mobile phones. Your site must look good on each device. 8. Social media buttons for sharing and following Include social media icons to make your site visitors aware of your social pages. If you maintain a social media presence your site should include links to your social pages. You can also include social media share icons so that people visiting your site can easily share your website with others. 9. Display your copyright The Internet is a bit like the wild west. To identify your work as your own your copyright should be easy to find and included in a right click message for your images. 10. Discourage image theft Make sure that drag and drop and right click are disabled in order to discourage image theft. If your website does not stop site visitors from dragging and dropping your images onto their desktop and/or does not disable the right click action of a mouse, then your site visitors can download a copy of your image. It is true that any site visitor can take a screenshot of any webpage on the Internet from news outlets, to tech company sites to artist websites. With screenshots, however, the bad actor has to take that screenshot and upload it into an image editing tool to edit out the surrounding background to take your image. 11. Domain name considerations Consider your audience as you decide on your domain name. Artists often wonder what domain name to use for their site. Unless you are already known by a company or studio name other than your own, artists are generally best served using their own name as their domain name. People who know you are likely to search for your name. If you have a more common name shared by many, you can get around that by adding artist, photographer, or fine art for example to your name ahead of the .com designation. While there are other domain name extensions such as .org, the most used is still the .com designation. 12. Raise interest with carefully selected works How much of your work should you include in your website? This is an important consideration as you think about the attention span of your site visitors and your website loading speed. You will want a fast loading site which is generally achieved by optimizing your images for the web in terms of their physical dimensions, the file sizes (KB) on your site, and the overall number of files on your site. 13. SEO considerations for your content Carefully consider the text you add to your site. How do you imagine people will search for your work? Are you known for a particular style of pottery, painting or photography – include that language in your site. The more specific you can be in terms of your work, location, etc the more your site will get listed as it should. Search engine optimization (SEO) is a huge topic and many companies now focus on SEO as their sole offering. 14. Keep your content fresh Maintain a blog and/or make frequent updates to your site. Services with a built-in blog feature make it easy to maintain your own blog and website in one account. Search engines pay attention to how frequently the content in your site is updated. 15. Microsites for special promotions and new doors to your website Look for additional built-in marketing features for your work. Services like FolioLink feature Promo Pages for marketing and client outreach. Promo Pages are essentially microsites that run off your domain name. These can be linked to your main site or shared independently. Artists like to send clients Promo Page links with special studio sales notices, show announcements and more. You can learn more here: http://foliolink.com/photo_art_microwebsites.asp 16. Do you need a cart? If selling your work through your website is appropriate (it not always is), look for a solution with easy e-commerce integration. Ask yourself if you want to avoid commissions and be responsible for order fulfillment or whether you want another company to fulfill the orders for your prints etc. 17. Easy to use content management area and tools Choose a service for artists that makes it easy to host and maintain your site in one place. Some services are not all inclusive. You have to buy a template, hire someone to modify it, and find hosting for your site. We recommend finding an all-inclusive service so that it is easy to update your site as you need, easy to renew your domain name, and website hosting without having to contact multiple companies. 18. Video hosting considerations Will you incorporate any video into your site now or in the future? Look for a service that makes it easy to share videos. Your best option is a service that can integrate videos that are hosted in Youtube or Vimeo; both of these video hosting services take care of encoding your video for the web which means they convert it into a web friendly format that is responsive across devices. 19. Do you know how cookies are used in your website? Don’t forget General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) if you anticipate European website visitors. Your site will need to share a privacy and cookie notice if you use any tracking software such as Google Analytics or capture any site information such as email addresses with an online form. 20. Custom design options Have a specific design in mind, but can’t find a website service with exactly what you want? Custom design is an exciting option, but keep in mind the cost. Most true custom sites start at 3K, require a significant amount of effort, and you bear the whole cost on your own. If you go this route, we do recommend that you consider a custom-built website that you can maintain on your own after it is built. We have never heard of an artist who was happy about having to call their website developer each time they wanted to add new work to their website. Disclosure: Kodexio is the developer and the company behind FolioLink.com, an online service that helps artists, photographers and other creatives build and maintain their online portfolios. Feel free to contribute and/or ask questions below. Please keep your posts free of references to external companies and/or links. Copyright (C) 2020 Kodexio
  15. Artist; Joel Urruty

    Bronze Sculpture

    58" x 18" x 18"

    #4 in an edition of 8

    2017

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $16,500.00

  16. Artist: Joel Urruty

    Wood, Sterling Silver Leaf

    24" x 7" x 7"

    One of a kind

    2018

    Learn More About This Artist

    CollexArt Buyer Services

    $3,800.00

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