|Web Site Credits & Acknowledgements|
How this website was created: In 2010, we celebrated our 12th Anniversary and the site was redesigned to provide for the expanded, and growing, number of works. The galleries were divided into the various “worlds” and new features were added such as Videos, Blog, Projects, Links, and a downloadable Catalog.
• Programming by: LiveBooks, Inc. • Dayle Hendrickson, Peter Hayes and Taylor Smith
• Graphic Design and User Interface: Robert Barnes, Dayle Hendrickson
• Additional Design Consultants: Bob Smith & Jay Antzakas
• Hosted by: LiveBooks, Inc.
• Photography for About the Artist & Contact: Carolyn Terry & Bob Smith
• Music: Very Special Thanks to John Barlow Jarvis. His music is used with permission and is available at Amazon and iTunes. You owe it to yourself to explore his masterful compositions. His music has inspired me for many years. Music on this site includes: Lyrica, Solving A Dream, Duet in F# Minor, Long Distances, Diane’s Lullaby, All Directions.
• Brian Keane created the music for many of the art piece videos found in the video section.
• Image Explorer under the multimedia tab is made possible with technology from Zoomify. My thanks to them for their technical support and encouragement. You can see all their tools at http://www.zoomify.com. Additional thanks to Lynn Roylance who made valuable contributions in customizing the Zoomify player.
• My Thanks to: Cathy Berkley, John Santoro, Sandy Alves, Jen Freehill, Jim Crane, Doug Brown, Rich Clarkson, Jay Maisel, Bob Hodgell, E. Ashby Johnson, Frances Huffman, Bob Phillips, Glenn Green, Laraine McGinnis, Linda Coatsworth, RT Williams, Arthur Skinner, Donna Overall, Aryn Moulton and Patti Barcroft.
• My Gratitude to Sue Espinosa, Ann Hill, Pat Szwyrlo, Elizabeth Webb, Carol Wolicki, William Hance, Jay Nelson, Ben Willmore, James Bodine, Jane Lee, William Barnes, Peter Barnes, Pamela Mang, Nena & Edd Miller, Jason Barnes, Michael Berkley, Mary Ellen Calhoun, Cheryl Hunt-Eskew, Melanie Goux, Bob Ross, and D.K. Jackson.
• Special Thanks to Bill Atkinson for his inspiration by example and willingness to share what he’s learned with others who follow in his footsteps. Bill proved that digital imaging was finally ready for use in creating fine art. A link to Bill’s website is found under the LINKS tab at the top of this page.