Let’s face it, this overly digital era that we are in is not going anywhere, so why not have a little fun with it. I remember discovering a website to create free online exhibits, but I was in grad school, so I didn’t have much time to dive in, but I did this weekend. Art.kunstmatrix is a platform that allows creatives to showcase their work through virtual exhibits. You can showcase 2D and 3D works and even pick from a variety of exhibit layouts. Now, there is a catch. If you would like to share your exhibit with the world, you must create a paid account. The free account allows you to upload a limited amount of images and curate the exhibition, but it does not grant you a shareable link. The free version does give you an emended link, but I haven’t yet figured out how to use that. Hopefully, you can! Give me the secret when you do.
I was able to work some magic and share a preview of my debut exhibit.
Without further adieu, I present Sunsets: Horizons of the World, curated by Tellie Simpson. This exhibit showcases my photographs of sunsets and skylines throughout my travels.
For a chance to be featured on the blog, share your exhibit with me!