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Do you *need* a website?

That’s an excellent question.  If you’re like Kate Monster and you already know your Purpose, you probably do.

Need to showcase your paintings to architects?  Sell your sculptures to collectors?  Offer prints of your illustrations?  Generate new commissions?

You’ve produced amazing art but it’s doing nobody any good sitting in your studio.  Enter: your web site.  It can be a clean, minimalist gallery or a multi-page marketplace: that rests on how much energy you want to put into the build, how personalized you want it to be, and how much you want to spend.  But whatever it ends up being, it absolutely needs to reflect your style and compliment your work.