SolwayJones Gallery

Web Designer, Custom CMS Developer, Navigation Architect, WordPress Developer, Programming Contractor
www.solwayjonesgallery.com

SolwayJones Gallery is an art gallery located in the Chinatown area of Los Angeles, and previously in the La Brea / Wilshire “Miracle Mile” district. They wanted a website that would enable them to dynamically update content for new gallery shows.

I specified a database to meet their needs, and contracted php programmer Mark Losinski to build the content management system. Additional programming was done by Andrew Farley. I was responsible for the graphic and navigation design of the site. In 2008 a WordPress blog was added for the “News” section, allowing them to add written updates about their artists and video clips of their art work. The blog has been exceptionally successful.

The website opened a number of doors for the gallery, enabling them to enter art fairs that had previously been unreceptive, and also ushering them into some professional art publications.

The site’s content management system allows them to add, remove, and re-sequence artwork, exhibit, and artist listings from the database. Images are sized using an Imageready “droplet” for consistency. Because of changes in browser technology,  a site overhaul was discussed, but the gallery closed before that could be undertaken.

2008
SolwayJones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
www.solwayjonesgallery.com/news/
WordPress Developer, Videographer
· Designed and built gallery news WordPress blog
· Videotaped exhibition artwork and published flash versions online

2005
SolwayJones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
www.solwayjonesgallery.com
Web Designer, Project Manager
· Designed and built gallery website with updatable catalog
· Specified PHP database to catalog artwork, contracted programmers to build it

"Arthur Kegerreis re-designed our art gallery’s previous website over three years ago. With an ever-changing technological landscape of website design, Arthur’s keen and skillful sense of functionality and format have continued to keep our website remaining current and accessible to our expanding gallery program and the growth of our business. Arthur’s site design continues to receive constant positive comments from both artists and other gallery owners."
– Michael Solway

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