Welcome to the new Bronze Africa web site

Posted on Jun 17, 2012 in News | 4 Comments
Welcome to the new Bronze Africa web site

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the refreshed Bronze Africa web site. While the old site served me very well for many years, the online world has changed dramatically in the last few years and the time had come to refresh my web presence. My marketing team has created a more interactive browsing experience. Almost all the pieces in the galleries have been photographed again and the size of the images have been enlarged to provide you with a better idea of what each piece looks like.

You are now also able to make comments on each piece should you wish to leave your thoughts. If you are a social media user and would like to share a news article or a sculpture on your Facebook page or Tweet about something you have seen on the site, you are now able to do so. You can equally follow me on the Bronze Africa Facebook page or if you want to receive notifications of news updates via an RSS feed you can do that too by clicking on the Facebook or RSS feed links in the header above the menu.

You can now use the intuitive price request form to get a costing for each or multiple pieces of my art. If you have a budget and would like to state that, I can inform you which pieces in my portfolio would suit your budget.

If you wish to receive my news bulletins via email you can sign up to automatically have them delivered to your inbox. Look out for the new series of cartoons I will be adding here from time to time. I find myself in some very amusing situations and have been encouraged by friends and family alike to make some fun illustrations about these incidents. The first one will be the story of how I recently shot myself in the toe – with a pellet gun.

Obviously I can only hope that you will enjoy the refreshed web site and would welcome your thoughts and feedback if you wish to make any comments. You can leave a comment below or use the contact form to send your message. Enjoy browsing.

4 Comments

  1. Michelle Wallace
    June 26, 2012

    The new look is gorgeous and the site is easy to navigate. I especially love to look at your work in progress. Breathtaking stuff!

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  2. Riley Tolmay
    June 26, 2012

    Like the new site, the team effort in getting the images and navigation to the standard of the art work has paid off

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  3. Peter Hepburn
    June 27, 2012

    Hi John,
    New site looks great, even you do…. Well done. Look forward to visiting your studio.

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  4. Nan Drissell
    January 12, 2013

    Yes, John, I’m one of the ones who have been after you to start writing short stories of you many adventures. Saw some of your cartoons years ago and glad to see your adding them to stories.
    This new website is a delight to peruse.
    Nan

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