For a number of months Hartford Connecticut, Stillwater Minnesota, and Dallas Texas have been collaborating to completely restructure the ArtTrak website to better meet the the preferences expressed by you over the years. The changing markets, internet advances, and quite frankly the new demographics have inspired us to make these changes. Our new platform is Squarespace which is far more responsive to rapid changes and updates. We have integratedthe blog/newsletter into the website, so that all the segments we have published are accessible for you. We have addedthe free online American Indian Historic Pottery Project where you can search 1800 objects from the pueblos for style, attribution, and collection history. We are very excited about this resource which is organic in the sense that users will be invited to add appropriate objects to enhance the database. Over the years we have invested a significant amount of money in both our online auction database and the Historic Pottery Project. We must continue to charge for the former but the latter will remain free.
We invite you to explore the new site and give is your feedback either online or on our social media platforms.
Julia Goldberg - www.designhalffull.com
Mike Selner - Tela.com