Lisa Onstad artist website launched

Lisa Onstad websiteBlue Mouse Monkey is proud to announce the launch of an art portfolio website for Portland artist Lisa Onstad. Lisa works in book arts and painting, and she teaches workshops at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts and elsewhere. Lisa wanted a clean, minimal design to present her work, and a scalable content management system to enable her to add and edit content over time. Check it out at LisaOnstad.net.

Marlana Stoddard Hayes website launched

06_marlana_stoddard_hayesBlue Mouse Monkey is pleased to announce the launch of the website for Portland artist Marlana Stoddard Hayes. Her interest in living communities leads her to explore the relationship among various nested systems found in the natural world, and she uses elements of nature in her painting practice, such as spore prints from fungi. The site is starting small, but with a CMS (content management system) in place, Marlana can add new portfolio pages over time. Marlana Stoddard-Hayes is represented by Butters Gallery.

Jacqueline Ehlis website launched

ehlisBlue Mouse Monkey is pleased to announce the launch of a new artist website.
Jacqueline Ehlis is a Portland artist who works with abstraction, light, and architectural space in a way that borders on illusion. Her website is designed to reflect the minimal yet architectural aesthetic of her work. With a custom-built content management system created especially for artists, plus a matching blog, Jacqueline can update her site without needing to know any code.

Monica Camin art portfolio website launched

caminArgentinean born Monica Camin is a painter and sculptor whose work mixes European and South American influences. Cultural history, displacement, and family are recurring themes within Monica’s gestural, expressionistic works.

This website is made in Flash and includes a content management system that allows Monica to create new pages and edit existing ones.

Michele Feder-Nadoff art portlfolio website launched

feder-nadoffMichele Feder-Nadoff’s practice of installations and collaborative performances span Chicago and Santa Clara del Cobre, a traditional copper-smithing community in Michoacán, Mexico. Michele’s work encompasses embroidery, lost wax casting, sculpture, drawing, and painting. We built this site for Michele in Flash, with a custom content management system for her to add project pages, news items, videos, links, and biographical information.