Artist Websites: Featured Projects
Everbeta’s founder, Colin Goldberg, is an accomplished fine artist as well as a designer, and he brings his artistic sensibility and knowledge of artist-specific needs to each project. Everbeta has been creating custom websites for artists for over 20 years. Everbeta’s artist client base spans a variety of mediums and levels of experience, and each site is custom-designed to fit the client’s business goals and personal aesthetic. Some sample artist websites are below :
Steve Miller, an American artist based in Manhattan and Sagaponack, NY, has had over 30 international solo exhibitions since 1981. His work hangs in the French Parliament and many other public and private collections worldwide. Miller’s extensive site spans the artist’s entire career to date, and is a resource for researchers, galleries, and collectors.
Ellen Wiener’s artwork explores relationships between story, language and figuration. Her site includes a mobile-friendly animated homepage and presentation system for her panoramic works and handmade artist books.
Terry Ellkins has been the recipient of two Pollock-Krasner Foundation Awards. The artist has lived in Bridgehampton, NY since 1987, and his work has been exhibited throughout the United States and abroad. His site includes an online store for the purchase of signed prints, posters, and editioned works on canvas.
As a figurative expressionist and member of the Second Generation of the New York School, painter Lester Johnson (1919-2010) remained dedicated to the human figure as means of expression through the many stylistic changes of his oeuvre. In New York, Johnson was included in group shows at the Guggenheim, The Whitney, Museum of Modern Art, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Colin Goldberg, Everbeta’s founder, has developed a studio practice that spans both fine art and design. His personal artwork explores the intersection of digital and traditional media. Goldberg is the recipient of artist grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the New York Foundation on the Arts.