OK loyal critics, I'm back with the latest redo of my website.
Many of the recent suggestions for improvement have been implemented (I think). Individual images are now 800 px wide (landscape), and resized and resharpened for the web (that may be too big for Ipod users, but I don't see how anyone can view an image on an Ipod). The fonts are, I hope, more legible and attractive, and there is a bit of texture to soften the previous blank-white background effect.
Most notably (for me, anyway), the navigation panel at the left now works (I was chagrined to discover that the links were dead in the previous version on pages of individual galleries and images -- that is now fixed). Better yet, the navigation panel is a single file (included in all pages) that I can make changes to without having to redo a couple of hundred individual pages (boy, am I learning web coding fast ).
There are a couple of new galleries, photos added to a couple of the older galleries, and, as Chris_T suggested, each of the exhibit pages includes the Artist's Statement for that exhibit (click on "About This Exhibit" on each exhibit index page). I've also added a small self-portrait to the "About Me" page, so you might be able to recognize me at a meeting or opening.
What I intend to do next on the website, probably around the start of April, is add a few more galleries: New Mexico, new Plum Island images, more of my film-days B&W images, earlier trips to the Canadian Rockies, Sierra Nevada, and Acadia National Park.
If any of you can stand to check out the newest iteration of the website, I will gratefully consider all additional critiques and comments.