Cupertino, California (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
The Amour d’Art Fine Art Gallery is making a number of changes to increase its web presence and promote its inventory of fine art. One important change is the addition of online media specialist Gaia Veenis, who will be handling various marketing and promotional efforts to revamp the gallery’s image on the web. The team at AmourdArt.com couldn’t be more pleased to welcome her and looks forward to a new era in online art retailing.
Ms. Veenis has more than five years experience in the online marketing industry and specializes in crafting press releases, search-friendly blogs and articles, and original webpage content, as well as handling social media campaigns utilizing Facebook, Twitter and other mediums. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism with a minor in English from San Diego State University, and is currently working towards a Master of Arts in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. In addition to producing high-quality content for online clients, she enjoys writing literary fiction and creative nonfiction, making her a distinct asset.
AmourdArt.com represents fine artists of many genres, including contemporary realism, figurative, impressionism, and abstract art. The gallery’s collection includes oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, drawings, hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs, hand-embellished art, glass sculptures and fun art. Amour d’Art has a massive selection of originals, limited editions, and prints. The website features such artists as Pino, Trakay, Jose Royo, Behrens, Britto, Peter Max, Godard, Ledan, Stephen Shortridge, Andrew Atroshenko, M&I Garmash, Brian Davis, S. Sam Park, Sabzi, and many more. Curator Carrie Scott can also find special pieces and specific artists upon request.
Visit http://www.amourdart.com to get a taste of the gallery’s massive art inventory.
About Amour d’Art:
Owner and Curator Carrie Scott worked in public relations, marketing and sales for nearly four decades. Throughout the years, whether on vacation, site-seeing, visiting someone or a new place, she found herself purchasing pieces of art. This inspired her to open Amor d’Art. Her philosophy was, and is, to purchase what you like; it can give you joy, comfort, inspiration, be energizing or calming.