31 January 2013
Many people expect an artist to have a website these days. When others comment on the piece of art they bought, they can refer that person to the artist. It is a good way to keep in touch with people and of course to show what stage of development the artist is at.
My priority is making beads so I have no desire to learn how to create a website. I do know how to find great help though and my thanks to Geeks at the Beach, Jonathan and David for making me look good AND making it easy for me to feed them what they needed. Who wouldn't want their own Beach Geeks! Did I mention they are also patient!
Have a fabulous day today, the sun is shining here, my camellias are blooming as are many other flowers in the garden and life is good.