We see ourselves as the connector, the conduit between outstanding creative expression and the appreciative recipient of that expression. This is about building the vehicle to most effectively make that happen. The look should be inviting, engaging, clean and focused with class and subtle vibrancy.
Our website is based on the Magento eCommerce engine. Any design support for Magento is desired but certainly not required. We want you to be inspired, not confined.
Please keep in mind that Native American jewelry is only part of what we offer and is far from a central theme. Please DO NOT make a Native American theme look central to your design. We offer a diverse collection of fine art paintings and lithograpgy - much of this is not Native American. Please ask yourself, "would I expect to find a French or Southwestern painting through this website?"
We don't have an official logo, so please feel free to get creative with either that or just typography for "Oerti Gallery."
Main categories (vertically listed items) are-
Paintings (includes French Fauve - many Marcel Mouly pieces in collection. example is first image attached, Southwestern landscapes and some Native American works).
Lithography (Marcel Mouly and Ed Moses)
Jewelry (mostly Native American)
Other Art Items
Artists (wide variety)
Horizontal Item List (home page) -
Example websites. Sites noted for some appearance elements and/or layout-
• GarlandsJewelry.com - The overall look and feel is within target. The sidebar navigation with the drop-down sub menus depict the direction we would like to take the site. The subcategory presentation is refined and desirable in our design.
• matteucci.com – we like the artist presentation page.
• marthastruever.com – for overall look.