I usually prefer seeing artworks presented against a white background on a website, however, the rusty orange colours found in Andrea Geile’s corten steel sculptures are strong enough to handle a complimentary grey background. I hope you agree that this orange and grey colour scheme has resulted in an original looking bespoke artist website, which helps her artworks sing out?

The filter I’ve added to her Portfolio page helps the viewer group her works into different categories and this can also be done in her News section, where viewers will soon be able to choose between Indoor and Outdoor Sculpture, Public Art, Public Events and more as her News posts grow in number.

What Andrea had to say about her website on Facebook:

‘My new website has just gone live! Woohoo!

Massive thanks to Julia Douglas for her excellent and quick work designing my custom made website and her spot on advice. She made it very easy for me!

I am extremely pleased with the result.’

What do you think? andreageile.co.uk

(Top) Andrea Geile’s new artist website shows her Corten steel sculpture, ‘Tumbling‘ at Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park on it’s landing page.
(Bottom) A detail of Andrea Geile’s  ‘Long Walk to Sedum Happiness‘ made in 2008. Photo by Michael Wolchover.