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How to Create an Artist’s Website by Yourself

The web is a vibrant marketplace for creatives to buy and sell both digital and tangible assets. Website builders and various community platforms for artists are a significant part of that marketplace, as they let us easily showcase our talents to a global audience.

Today we’re talking about website builders that, in our opinion, work best for creatives.

Wix – The Best Website Builder for Artists

Wix Website Builder

Wix was launched in 2006 and it quickly became one of the top website builders. Wix has a huge library of stunning templates in a long list of categories ranging from music and photography to creative arts and one-page templates.

Wix Website Template

With the newest Wix ADI technology you can create own website even if you’re a newbie in website building. The only things that you need is to correctly answer to all question from the system’s interface. Than wait less 1-2 minutes and… voila! Your website is ready. The design and basic content are being generated according to your social profiles that were found by Wix ADI. Your next work is placing the rest of your images, videos or texts to the new website.


Wix has five subscription plans. The best option for artist’s website is ‘Combo‘ plan. It costs $8/mo with annual subscription. You may also use the cheapest ‘Connect Domain‘ plan ($4.50/mo), but in this case your website appears with Wix ad banner.

Wix Website Builder - Pricing

You can start using Wix immediately after registering for free and upgrade any time later, when you’re ready to publish.

uKit – The Best Platform to Create a Promo Website for Artists

uKit Website Builder

uKit is a code-free website builder that offers artists everything they might need to create beautiful portfolios to present works online to the public. There are no limitations to the creative ways you can express yourself, as uKit caters for creatives of all genres — photographers, painters, designers, illustrators, musicians, and many other.

uKit Website Template

All the content you add to your website including galleries, presentations, and dynamic slideshows is optimized to look great on all devices, be it a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. This way, your followers and prospective customers will always be able to enjoy your works, whatever the screen size.

It’s good to mention that uKit lets you create full-fledged websites that will not only showcase your artworks, but also perform other functions including gathering information from your website visitors through email forms and LiveChat, blogging, and even eCommerce.

uKit offers thee pricing packages. All of them propose a full-featured set of tools and instruments for creating an attractive website. They differ only in some extra features. The cheapest ‘Premium‘ plan costs $4/mo, the priciest – ‘Pro‘ – $12/mo. Besides, for $50 you may order a custom website design from uKit professional designers.

uKit Pricing

uKit has no free version, but during 7-days trial period you may test all website builder’s features and than make your choice.

No matter what kind of artist you are, you can easily put your aesthetic vision to work as you design your website using a DIY website builder. Good luck!

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  • pinkpoppy31

    Nice information… i am in the process of looking for another website for my art portfolio and getting a little confused with what everyone has to offfer. I am currenly hosted by another provider but i am unable to access cpanel. does you hosting allow cpanel access?

    • Hi, Linda
      Website builders are much more easier for website creation than combination of ‘hosting+cms’. There are no need to know about cpanel, ftp or other info that could be too hard for non-tech or newbies. Those website builders I’ve reviewed at this post (Wix and uKit) suits the best for creative arts website. You may try both for free and that make a decision which suits you the most.
      Besides, you may take a look at websites, built with those builders: uKit:
      All the best,

      • Thank you for your information Howard it was much appreciated I will look at uKit and Wix.

        • You’re welcome, Linda.
          Feel free to ask me if you have any questions about website builders.
          With regards,