Celia Hart's blog about what's going on in and around her studio.
Art, printmaking, inspirations, gardening, vegetables, hens, landscapes, wild flowers, East Anglia, adventure, travel.

Friday, 21 May 2010

New web site... coming soon!

Earlier this year I made lots of improvements to my studio's computer system and the intention has been to give my website, online gallery and blog a makeover.

The blog's new look as quick and easy, the website makeover has been the tricky part – the old files couldn't be updated on the new system, so I really needed to start with a clean sheet (and new software). Today I decided that the only way to test whether my new look for the site is going to work is to publish it . . . and then make corrections and additions over the weeks ahead.

The online gallery is in transition and will become a portfolio of work on the new website and my etsy shop will be re-launched.

I pressed the publish button a few minutes ago (eek!) and it's not working smoothly yet, so be patient until it all settles down. I'm sure it's going to make my life easier as soon as the teething problems have passed.

Have a lovely weekend – looks like it's going to be a scorcher here in Suffolk!



  1. Celia, you are very funny referencing teething.

    I so know what you mean about clicking that publish button and then ... oh ... not quite there, or What A Surprise.

    All the same, I know that when you get all the clicks lined up, your new site will be Fabulous.

    Best wishes to you, your family and the chickens. xo

  2. Hi Frances - I hope you're strolling in Central Park in the sunshine this weekend.

    "teething problems" is something we all say in England - I suppose it sounds funny over the pond, like Hugh Grant in 'Notting Hill' saying "Whoops-a-daisy!".


  3. Good luck with your new site! I am working all weekend so I will just have to imagine other people enjoying their gardens!

  4. I haven't visited for a while...(things won't stop growing in the garden long enough to give me a break)but good luck with the new web site, looking forward to seeing it. Penny x P S Pretty hot in Norfolk too!


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