With WordPress, and Themes for Artist Websites, the only subjective opinion that matters is the experience of the person that you are trying to reach. In addition to that, technology has provided new and innovative tools for creators. For example, photo editing and graphic design can blend the traditional talent and vision, with modern processing power and technology. The result is an impressive rendition that can impress even the most cynical of critics. Spheres of art such as tattoo design and body paint have also gained wider social acceptance. We often see modernity as the golden age of enlightenment, but we forget to mention that it is also the golden age of art.
WPFolio – is simple, sleek, and easy to use. This theme comes closest to ‘traditional’ artist websites.
This theme hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
Optics is a free WordPress portfolio theme for creating a fully-integrated blog, portfolio, and e-commerce store.
Fullscreen – A non-traditional site great for artists who want to make a big impact with their work right off of the bat. Here’s a rendition that I did, using Leonardo DaVinci’s work. View the Demo Here
Tempera is a free WordPress theme with over 200 settings, a light user interface, responsive layout, carefully crafted typography, socials and much more. View the Demo here
Weaver Xtreme is the original, and still the best, fully customizable WordPress theme. Weaver Xtreme Version 3.1 is the latest version of the theme. Weaver Xtreme’s advanced design is based on over six years of experience with previous Weaver themes and the input of thousands of users.