We’re on a mission to get artists online….properly.

OK, so here’s the thing, artists are good at art so we think you should spend your time on that

All to often we see artist websites falling way below the modern standard. Some artists know they need to improve their digital footprint but a lot of the time artists don’t know it, even if they did they wouldn’t know how to sort it out. Remind you of anyone?

Here at Yorkshire Art we are passionate about getting artists online properly and generating them digital exposure. Even if you don’t want to sell your art online there are basic requirements you need to meet which we can help you with.

Our philosophy is that you should be getting on with creating amazing work and we should be helping you get and keep it online. We offer a low cost service which takes what we have learn’t over the last 2 decades and gives it to you.

As a Yorkshire Art member you are eligible to take any of our artist web packages. We are always here to help and can train you up to use your new site in no time so you have no need to try an use a self build platform you can just get us to do it for you….easy peasy.

Please get in touch if you would like to chat further about your new digital life.

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