New Location for My Client Links

While working on an SEO update for one of my clients I realized that the new rules for the search engines don’t necessarily count more as better, and all the links to my clients’ websites being in the sidebar of my website wasn’t helping them as it once did. Therefore, this afternoon I am removing all my client links from the sidebar and placing them in this post until I can take the time to make a page for them. I hope this doesn’t inconvenience any visitors to my site! But the cost in search engine optimization for my clients makes it a worthwhile endeavor to me.

Web Design Clients:

Artist Websites

Billye Woodford – New Website

Boni de Laire – My heart is broken. Boni, who became a dear friend over the years we worked together on her website, passed away in mid-April. Her website will only be available until May 31, 2017. However, Billye’s site is very similar in design, so you will still be able to see an example of this site’s style using her link above.

Butterfly’s Web – New Website, maintenance and content updates

Carla J Griffin – New Website, maintenance and content updates

Catherine Anderson, AWS – Massive overhaul including redesign, SEO and security measures. A work still in progress. Be sure to vist and see her award winning watercolors!

Catie Faryl – New Website, maintenance and content updates. SSL added 2016.

Dabar Studio – HTML to WordPress conversion with redesign, maintenance and content updates

Elaine Frenett Watercolors – New Website, maintenance and content updates

Eve Margo Withrow – New Website, maintenance and content updates

Jannie Ledard Glass Art – NEW! – New Website in 2008, WordPress Conversion, redesign and SSL in 2016

Joan Pechanec – New Website, maintenance and content updates

Judy Buswell Watercolors – HTML to WordPress conversion with redesign, maintenance and content updates

Kim Novak – New website with e-commerce (PayPal), maintenance and content updates, SSL added 2017

Linda Abblett Watercolors – HTML to WordPress conversion with redesign and added e-commerce (WooCommerce), maintenance and content updates, SSL added 2017

Lori Garfield, Animal Artist – New website, maintenance and content updates

Michael Carpenter, OPA – New website, maintenance

Mountain Glen Harps – New website, SEO, maintenance. This is a very busy website promoting Glen Hill’s spectacular hand-carved wooden and custom laser harps – a must-see!

Pat Moore Photography New website, maintenance

Pegi Smith – Migration to new host, massive website redesign and SEO in 2014, ongoing maintenance and content updates, added SSL in 2016

RioQuerencia Fine Art Images

Silvia Trujillo – New Website in 2011, WordPress Conversion and redesign in 2015

Tina Hutton NEW! – WordPress Conversion, redesign and SEO

Veronica Thomas Art – New Website, temporarily offline

Wendy Gell Jewelry & Art – Massive website redesign plus e-commerce (WooCommerce) and ongoing maintenance

Community Websites

Southern Oregon Artists Resource

Southern Oregon Artists Resource Companion Blog, Art Matters

Art Presence Art Center – New website for nonprofit art gallery

Community Works – I was honored to design the website of the parent organization of the Dunn House, a respected local resource for abused women.

Jennifer Faith – Design, SEO and maintenance for a site that supports victims of domestic violence and abuse.

Websites for Small Business

Ashland Archival Printing – Website Redesign, SEO, maintenance

C St Bistro – Website redesign with WordPress conversion, SEO, maintenance.

Cowboy Flowers – New website with blog, content updates, maintenance

EKP Creations NEW! – A recent (2016), newly designed website with full SEO, & e-commerce (Shopify) of which I am truly proud! Visit to see the upcycled soy candles they make with recycled wine bottles and other repurposed glass

Iris Colored Dreams NEW! – New website, SEO, maintenance, 2016

Jacksonville Chiropractic Clinic – Website redesign with WordPress conversion, SEO, maintenance.

Meta Physical Therapy & PilatesNEW! – I am particularly proud of the new website I created for H. Kate Huckert, DPT, in 2016.

Maggie’s Place – One of my first clients (2010), Maggie’s site is an original html design

Markwood Heavenly Strings & Cases Site redesign/conversion ot WordPress and content updates.

Mission Candles – Another beautiful site design with E-Commerce that I am particularly proud of.

New Napa Wine – New website, SEO, maintenance and content updates

Ruch Hardware NEW! – New website (2016), SEO, maintenance and content updates

Ryan’s Outpost NEW! – New website (2017), SEO, maintenance and content updates

Shosha Yoga – New website

West Gold Mining – temporarily offline

SSL installation, SEO, Maintenance, Conversion to WordPress, and New Hosting Migration Clients

Angela Meer – Author and Writing Coach NEW! – I migrated her very complex website to a new host and extended her existing SSL to cover the entire website in 2016.

BesteArt – Content updates, SEO and SSL installation.

Dodero Studio Ceramics – For the past few years I have mostly worked with John Dodero on search engine optimization for his pottery information and e-commerce (WooCommerce) website, but also merged his HTML site with his blog in 2014 and converted it from an outdated theme to a modern one while preserving the site’s original design in 2015-early 2016. I’m not alone in highly recommending his work.

Joy Hosey – I have been helping Joy with content updates and maintenance for several years now.

Mountain Sun Botanicals NEW! – Conversion to new theme, preserving home page design and redesigning subpages, setting up custom Google Suite emails, added SSL

NYC Cafe & Catering NEW! – The owner of this establishment was referred to me by another client in 2016. mThis San Juan Capistrano restaurant and catering service already had a website, but the back end was unbelievably messed up to the point that it was impossible to discern what was controlling the elements on the home page. It was rife with misspellings and grammatical errors — a huge SEO fail. It required a massive overhaul of the site structure and some additions to the design, a complex theme conversion along with lots of SEO to bring the site to where the owner could do most of the maintenance and content updates himself. Soon after came the addition of e-commerce (WooCommerce) to create a Catering Shop from which his clients could easily place catering orders. Al and his team get HUGE reviews, so next time you’re in San Juan, be sure to stop in for lunch or dinner!

Romancing the West I’ve been maintaining their website since 2012 with both content updates and site maintenance, and during that time I’ve restored it from a hack attack, migrated their website to new hosting, and installed their SSL certificate. I also formatted a children’s book for them in 2017 and design/update their new concert posters.

Stefan Baumann, Plein Air Artist This was a massive search engine optimization project that required reorganizing the entire site’s content and pointing two no longer used but very important domains to his new site. Working with his assistant Kris Baxter, I also designed and formatted a catalog for a large art show of Stefan’s work in southern California.

Talbott Studios – A wonderful artist who specializes in animals (particularly horses and equine art). Genie also designs gorgeous wine labels and more. I began with search engine optimization and content updates for her, and have been working with her site for several years. We will be redesigning and converting it to WordPress in May 2017.

Weird Mountain Nature Camp & Homestead – I helped owner Rachel Weir move her website to a new host for a very reasonable price a couple of years ago. The site may no longer be online.

November 2017 web hosting deals

Some of my favorite web hosting services are having sales right now!

Happy 15th Birthday, HostGator!

If you are a new customer, HostGator hosting will discount your hosting for the first term to a fabulous $3.95/month (paid annually) to celebrate their 15th birthday!! Please be sure to select the longest term possible to maximize your savings. Then, make a note on your calendar to reduce your term to one year so it won’t renew for more than one year at the regular price.

Hostgator updated their customer portal in September, so if you’ve used them before but didn’t stay, please consider giving them another try., Their servers are so fast and their customer support gets great reviews. In addition, Ebates users can get an amazing $30 rebate on their purchase! I have a couple of clients who host their websites at HostGator and they are very happy customers. Here are a couple of additional offers, good through the end of 2017:

Get Your Domain, Hosting, and Unlimited Email for Just $3/mo

Save 50% Off Your New Optimized WordPress 12-Month Plan w/ coupon code WDA50

Happy 14th Birthday, Bluehost!

Bluehost, a very reputable host with fast servers, is having a special where their new customer discount starts at an incredible $2.95 for plans that only include one website! I’m not sure how long you can extend these savings for, but anyone with one site should think hard about taking advantage of this huge savings! Another plus is that they have free SSL certificates available. this can be a huge savings!

Bluehost just had its 14th birthday in July, and they have updated their signup flow, improved their knowledge base, and streamlined their account user interface.  Their support crew is great and their service gets great reviews from my clients who are hosted with them. Bonus: Ebates users can get a $10 rebate on their purchase!

GreenGeeks Upgraded their Hosting Platform!

We love Green Geeks for their lightning-fast servers (other hosts charge much more for accounts hosted on SSD servers!) and great customer support. The fact that they offset their carbon emmissions with 300% renewable energy doesn’t hurt either! Their new customer price of $3.95/month is available for up to 3 years if you pay for them up front. It’s just a hair more than one year at the regular price, so if green hosting matters to you, don’t thnk twice. Their shared hosting space is roomy and you can host as many domains there as you like for no additional fee. This crew is well established, yet still up and coming through the ranks of web hosts, impelled by their great service and customer satisfaction. Their FREE CPanel-to-CPanel free migration service is hassle-free, and others like Bluehost charge up to $150 for the same service, so if you already have a site that’s hosted elsewhere, these folks are a great place to transfer to.

Testimonial from Jannie Ledard

I am humbled and very grateful to have received this lovely testimonial from Jannie Ledard.
I have recently asked Hannah to update and redesign my website. I was indecisive about choosing a style that would speak to me. Hannah made it very easy. She patiently explained the different approaches. Being an artist herself, she knew how to choose the perfect words to express my vision. When I posted my new website on FB, I received endless written and oral compliments!
I highly recommend Hannah for her artistic taste and great professionalism!

It was a joy creating a new website for Jannie’s beautiful glass art. I hope you will take a moment to visit it and see her work and mine: https://www.jannieledardglassart.com/

SSL – Eight Reasons to Implement SSL Encryption Now

This is the logo for Hannah West Design, web designer to artists, logo designed by Hannah West © 2000-2016 Hannah WestSSL padlock icon

Hannah West Design Now Secure!

Hannah West Design is now secured with a brand new SSL certificate! On January 14, we migrated www.hannahwestdesign.com to a new hosting service. This is NameCheap hosting, which we want to try out on behalf of our starving artist clients to find out if hosting service compares well to other hosts who don’t have the same affordable pricing.

In addition, Google is now promoting sites that are protected with SSL encryption and demoting those without it by placing an “Unsecured Site” flag (similar to the “This site might be hacked” flag we sometimes see) next to any website which does not have SSL. This is part of a widespread movement to encrypt the web (Learn more at Let’sEncrypt.org). With that in mind, we decided to make the switch to SSL encryption at the same time. As a result, our updated address is https://www.hannahwestdesign.com. We’re proud of that beautiful green padlock displaying in the address bar now!

What is SSL?

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. A correctly installed SSL certificate encrypts all information transmitted to and from your website. This protects your private information when visiting the site, from which pages you visit to sharing to submitting contact forms to purchasing online. Websites with contact forms, login pages, online shops, etc. can all benefit from the added security provided by this encryption. Visitors will feel more secure interacting with your site, which is a huge bonus. Importantly, each certificate comes with a guarantee, so if a malicious entity subjects you to liability for damage to a visitor, you will receive a settlement form the certificate issuer. This amount varies with the level of certificate used, but starts at $10,000.

There was a time when conventional wisdom said that applying SSL to an entire website would make its pages load more slowly. However, recent advice from numerous experts in the field now assures us that the opposite is now true. And we are seeing our website load with a bit more spring in its step today…the ultimate proof.

Implementing SSL

The process of implementing SSL can be simple and painless, but it can also be rather harrowing. For me it was somewhere in between those extremes. I have been through this before on client sites as well. While some need extra attention for various reasons, most of the time it’s complete—including all the content tweaks needed for that lovely green padlock to display—in 2–4 hours.

To increase your standing with the search engines, additional tasks are necessary. Once the SSL is in place, we need to make adjustments in Google Webmaster Tools so they can direct traffic to the secure version of your site. We also need to adjust your Google Analytics account so traffic stats will continue to be collected accurately.

Pricing and Other Requirements

Many things related to SSL certificates have changed in the last couple of years. For one thing, they used to be very expensive. While prices for certificates to protect sites that don’t involve e-commerce have become quite affordable, there are now free certificates available from Let’s Encrypt. The catch is that not all hosts have a quick and easy way to install them and the process of doing it manually can take a good deal of time. Furthermore, some hosts—like Ipower—refuse to allow third-party certificates to be installed on their servers. While we could have used Cloudflare on our site, we opted for a Comodo Positive SSL certificate, which NameCheap offers for only $1.99 the first year. Renewals are a very reasonable $9.00/year with discounts for advance purchase up to three years. That’s a big discount from the same certificate on Ipower ($31.99) and Bluehost’s for $4.17/month. What’s the catch? You have to have your website hosted with NameCheap too. Also very inexpensive, so definitely worth considering.

Previously you had to have a dedicated IP address (the numerical equivalent of your web address) for an SSL certificate. This meant you had to have private hosting (expensive) or pay a monthly fee of $4.99-6.99 PER MONTH to have a dedicated IP added to your otherwise reasonably-priced shared hosting. Because unique IP addresses have become more and more rare, this prerequisite has been lifted by many certificate issuers and hosts. Instead, they tie the certificate identity to the domain instead of the server IP. All this has made SSL encryption more affordable to the average website owner. The benefits are greater now too.

Benefits of SSL Encryption

Some hosts provide free SSL certificates, but most do not. These free certificates may have downsides you’d rather not deal with. We found that Bluehost’s free SSL, issued by Comodo, only covers the root domain (https://your-domain.com) and NOT the www version. Big problem for sites installed with www.your-domain.com addresses. We can avoid this with the use of Cloudflare. Though it’s a completely different setup, their free certificate will cover both the bare domain and the www version. Entry-level SSL certificates have become much more affordable than they once were, too.

I’m ready to begin helping others to make this important change as well. I’ve learned the ins and outs of what is possible and what is not on several hosts. I can inform you of your options and advise you on which is the best choice for the money.

If you’re not sure you even want to deal with this undertaking or not, please consider the benefits:

  1. Receive payments through your ecommerce website – Most payment gateways now require SSL, even PayPal
  2. Give your visitors greater confidence in the security of their transactions, interactions with your site, and personal information
  3. Limit liability for identity theft
  4. Boost page load times
  5. Greater protection from hackers
  6. Prevent unknown people snooping on activity to and from your website
  7. Boost your SEO
  8. Participate in the movement to encrypt the entire web

Are you ready to apply SSL to your own website and enjoy these benefits? Please contact me!

Distributed Denial of Service DDoS Attack Alert

DDoS Attack Alert

DNS (Domain Name Server) provider Dyn.com is currently under heavy DDoS attack (Distributed Denial of Service) which has affected many well known brands across the Internet including Amazon, Netflix, Reddit, Paypal and many others.
This morning one of my clients wrote to tell me her site was down. Fortunately it came back up fairly quickly and is fine now. However, the widespread DDoS attack which is currently underway may affect your site if you use dyn.com for DNS or if you use any service, like Paypal, that uses DynDNS.
The larger providers seem to have worked quite quickly to mitigate this attack, but it is ongoing so it’s important that you’re aware of it and carefully monitor your website during this time.
While it is a priority to protect every website I create with reasonable security measures, when there is an attack on your domain name provider there is little we can do but check in with your domain name registrar and ask them to estimate how long it will be before they can bring their service—and therefore, your own website—back online. Please contact me if you are having trouble with your website today.

More Information

Security provider Wordfence has posted on their blog with more information about this type of attack HERE.

Bulletproof Security Pro + Donate to Security Plugin Developers for the Holidays

My clients know I’m always concerned about security for their websites. It’s an ongoing and fluid situation, with new threats being identified constantly. I have used the free version of the BulletProof Security plugin with great results, but it doesn’t cover everything, and a new threat to content management systems like WordPress, Drupal, and others that was identified late last year is on the upswing, with millions of attacks cloaking even more attempts to discover user naems and passwords so they can log in to your website, install malware in the code, and then use it for malicious purposes. I’m recommending that all my clients and anyone else concerned about the security of their WordPress site now upgrade to the Pro version of Bulletproof Security. It’s only $69.95, and will save you more than that if your site is hacked even once! If you don’t know what to do after making a purchase, contact me and I will help you get it installed and configured properly. Learn more and buy Bulletproof Security Pro here:
BPS Pro Learn More

 

On a related note, I install at least two security plugins on every website I build and/or maintain. All plugin developers work incredibly hard to create plugins that will enhance the functionality of your website, and the developers of  security plugins deserve much more than mere kudos for their work. You may not know how effective their work is, because I insulate you from the day to day security notifications that come from some of these plugins, but believe me, I get hundreds of security notifications, alerts and warnings every single day. Most of them have an optional Donate button or link in the plugin’s admin area. Some of their plugin users actually make a monthly donation to them to reward their work and make it possible for them to continue improving their code, which you should consider doing as well. Even if you don’t want to step up to the plate with a monthly donation, however, PLEASE…the holidays are coming, and these guys need to know how much you value their efforts to keep your website safe! If you can’t make a donation to the developers of all the free plugins in use on your website, please send a generous gift to those who have created the security plugins that protect your website night and day!

New Website for Veronica Thomas

Veronica was introduced to me by Boni de Laire, whose website I reconstructed in June 2014 and have maintained since then. Originally from South Africa, Veronica has lived in the States for the past 15 years. Since moving to Oregon she has been realizing her dream of becoming an artist, focusing on oil painting. When the opportunity to attend an exclusive painting workshop in Scottsdale, Arizona, arose, Veronica started looking for ways to earn some extra money to cover her travel expenses, and friends agreed to host an art salon at their home in mid-April. Mentor Boni insisted that a new website for Veronica Thomas was a must at this critical juncture, and that it be completed by the time the art salon took place so she would have an online promotional tool to work with. That’s where I entered the picture.

 

When the three of us sat down to discuss the project, I showed them the last site I had completed, www.michaelcarpenterart.com. Veronica liked it so much she went straight for a similar design using the same theme, Divi, by Elegant Themes. As with all my other clients, Veronica’s site was equipped with a full suite of plugins for search engine optimization, page loading speed, social sharing, and of course security to protect the website and its visitors.

 

One of the fun things we incorporated was a Google font with a special effect, accomplished with a css styling trick. Veronica wanted the headings to match the branding on the invitation mailers, flyers, and business cards that her daughter Chloe had developed for her. It wasn’t available as a Google font, but they wree able to find one that was so similar one can hardly tell it’s not the same. The other challenge was that Veronica wanted the header with the effect on the home page, but without the effect on all the other pages. Not only was I able to pull this off successfully, but the research and the execution went very quickly, so it wasn’t a spendy experiment either. I love how my clients push me to learn new things with their challenges! Another arrow in my quiver…

 

The one sticky part of the Divi theme seems to be the banner space. It’s a bit unpredictable how much of an image will appear in this space in a desktop browser, yet the entire image will show in a mobile browser.  I can do quite a bit of customizing, but it’s still tricky. Chloe is proficient with image editing and social media, so she was a huge help in this regard. In the end, our collaboration again resulted in a new website for Veronica Thomas in which we all take a considerable amount of pride. It was completed and launched well before her deadline, Veronica sold enough paintings at her art salon to help cover her expenses during the workshop in Scottsdale, and she is now busily absorbing all the new information she possibly can in Arizona! We will be doing the first update on her site once she returns to indicate which paintings have been sold. Meanwhile, here are screenshots of Veronica’s new website as launched on April 17, 2015. You can click these to view larger versions, and there is a link to the live website in the paragraph below.

 

veronicathomasart.com, new website for artist Veronica Thomas created and launched in April 2015 by Hannah West using a customized version of the Divi theme.
Website created for artist Veronica Thomas in April 2015 by Hannah West.
Screenshot of Veronica's Bio page, showing the difference in the heading style from the Home page
Screenshot of Veronica’s Bio page, showing the difference in the heading style

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please visit Veronica’s website and help it gain momentum with viewers online and the search engines. Her artwork is beautiful and, from children to wildlife and still life to plein air landscapes, she paints such a wide variety of subjects that it took eight portfolio categories to accommodate them all! Her site is another beautiful example of how the Divi theme can be customized for various purposes. If you would like to see examples of how I have used and customized Divi in other projects, click the links in the sidebar for fashion jewelry designer www.wendygell.com (including e-commerce shop), portfolio galleries of landscapes in oil at www.michaelcarpenterart.com, soft and lovely watercolor portfolios at www.judybuswell.com, presentations for harp strings and related products and information at markwoodstrings.com and the spectacular Mountain Glen Harps website, with one of the most amazing home pages I’ve made to date. This last one is a great way to see what’s possible with Divi.

 

If you like Divi’s flexibililty but would like to see an alternative, I have used a similar, and very popular, premium theme called Avada which I purchased at Theme Forest to create www.jacksonvillechiropracticclinic.com (very professional and takes advantage of numerous shortcodes in the design), and the gorgeous nonprofit ecommerce site www.missioncandles.com, probably the most beautiful site I’ve created yet. I enjoy working with both of these themes and though there are many themes out there I’d love to play with, I do hope to use the truly premium quality Avada again in the near future.

 

Friends take care of friends and extend the family. I’m so happy to have gotten to know Veronica and look forward to an ever-deepening friendship with her. Many grateful thanks to my dear friend and talented artist Boni dé Laire for referring Veronica to me! Please visit Boni’s website to see her amazing landscapes in oil. You will not be disappointed, they are truly spectacular and we will be adding a new painting soon!

 

New website for Michael Carpenter

One of the things I like about my work is that I’m often asked to update or create a new website for an artist who has just moved into my area. It’s a great way to make new friends and keep a finger on the pulse of the arts. Creating a new website for Michael Carpenter in March/April 2015 was one of those “welcoming committee” assignments. Michael Carpenter and his lovely wife lived in Portland for much of Michael’s professional career as a successful graphic designer. They have spent a good deal of time in California and New Mexico since he retired and began devoting his time to the fine art oil painting that fired his passion for art as a young man. They moved here recently, and decided it was time for Michael to establish a presence online. Many thanks to artist and plein air painter Norm Rossignol for referring Michael to me!

 

Michael is not an emerging artist. His experience, skill and diligent study as well as a very refined eye are evident in all his work, so building a new website for him was a real treat for an artist and art enthusiast like me. I prepared a total of 77 images for this project, 36 images of original oil paintings for the website and the rest, images of paintings that are now only available as prints for Michael’s promotional use. That was a LOT of eye candy to soften the technical end of the work for me! And it felt good to be protecting them with the addition of internal metadata and a visible copyright/website address to each image. A little cropping and adjusting to the images themselves was required, though not too much as they were in very good shape when they came to me. A total of about 15 minutes per image on average to make them fully web-worthy and ready to add.

 

On the technical end, Michael’s site was built with a complete suite of plugins chosen for various back end functionalities, including a complete security setup, search engine optimization, Google analytics, and caching for consistent performance and page loading speed. More too, but surely that is boring to most readers. What’s not boring at all are the three portfolio galleries of his paintings, displaying his work in Still Life, Landscapes and Waterscapes categories. His home page displays a few images from each category to give you an idea of what you will find as you continue to explore the site. These image galleries are presented in the new “masonry” style, which I’m very grateful for as it shows each image in its entirety—no unpredictable cropping that deprives visitors of a glance at each painting in its fullness before clicking to view and enlargement. A bio page to learn more about the artist, a customized CV page which includes his shows, distinctions and awards, and a contact page round out the presentation on Michael Carpenter’s new website.

 

Michael’s site received a fair amount of attention when it came to customizing the theme. By default a white background and very modular, the newer Divi theme by Elegant Themes is becoming very popular with my clients for its very nice portfolio layouts. These don’t come with the theme by default, but are available in a separate download if you look hard enough for it. Divi is also a responsive theme, so Michael would emerge on the internet ready for Mobilegeddon with a theme that looks fabulous on both desktop and mobile devices. Michael chose a deep green background with black banner areas and gold text, adding custom gold accents to the theme itself as well. What a great call! The site looks very elegant and refined, and quite masculine without being “strong.” An effective, subtle and understated setting for his wonderful paintings. We “lifted” his signature from a painting and turned it into a site logo and customized a number of additional elements throughout the theme.

 

Even the parallax site banner, which opens the site with an accompanying quote from the artist, got a lot of scrutiny and adjustments before it was just right. We had to make some compromises on this important detail due to the difference in how its displays on mobile and desktop browsers. No one really likes making that kind of compromise, but when we were finished Michael was satisfied that it looked the best it could across the range of device sizes. In the end our collaboration resulted in a beautiful new website for Michael Carpenter that we are both proud to present. Where’s the champagne?!

 

New website, new friends…without any further adieu, here’s a glimpse of Michael’s new website home page, and a few features that people interested in a new website might like to see. You can click therse for a larger image, but please take a little bit of time to visit the live site at www.michaelcarpenterart.com, enjoy all his paintings, and inspect the various features of the website. Who knows, you might find a painting you can’t live without! If you’re an artist, particularly if you paint en plein air, you will find much of interest in his work to be inspired by. Thanks so much for entrusting me with this project, Michael!

Screenshot of www.michaelcarpenterart.com homepage, created by Hannah West Design in April 2015
Screenshot of www.michaelcarpenterart.com homepage, launched April 2015
Curriculum Vitae page. www.michaelcarpenterart.com
Curriculum Vitae page, www.michaelcarpenterart.com