Print & Web Design
Judy Thompson, watercolor artist and photographer, and I collaborated again – this time on her new Watercolor Addict eCommerce website.
A few years ago we started our design collaborations on her Pup Portrait Studio website and print projects. Judy has developed several business ventures in addition to her pet portraits, and she wanted a site to promote her current artwork. She specializes in wildlife watercolors as well as painting exotic species and family pets. She is especially interested in selling prints of her beautiful pictures, so we chose the user-friendly WIX.com platform for her new site. Judy can easily access and process her orders in her WIX store.
We merged her Pup Portrait Studio gallery into her new eCommerce site where she showcases her watercolor and photography collections. Please take a look at Judy's galleries via Judy Thompson: Watercolor Addict (click on bold text for quick access to her site or bookmark WatercolorAddict.com).
Then contact Judy for your custom watercolor painting or prints of her popular, favorite pieces. She would love for you to enjoy her creations too!
Also check out the cards Judy asked me to create for her Watercolor Addict business (images are above):
standard-sized business cards, and
postcard-sized business card Judy sends with her prints and paintings.
And...she'll soon have her Fur Babies prints for sale in her Etsy Shop. I also designed her Etsy Shop banner. We've been having fun!
Versatility is my strength and passion.
Finally – My Next Chapter!
Welcome and thank you for visiting my web and digital design portfolio. I’m Beth (Beth A. Maxwell – BAM), and I’m glad you’re here!
Many great things have happened for me in the last couple of years. My dreams to become a graphic designer are now a reality. After almost 28 years as a public-school educator (two master’s degrees in education and 24 years in two school districts), I was blessed with the opportunity to become a full-time student. During my recent semi-retirement in Naples, Florida, I studied digital design software to enhance my skills and to transition to my next, professional chapter. Even more exciting – I’m looking forward to combining my journalism and communication skills from my first degree with my graphic design passion to help you promote your passions.
When you’re ready to talk about a new website or your plans to revise your current site, graphic design ideas or if you need help with understanding/using technology, please contact me.
I’m looking forward to collaborating with you.