WordPress Artist Themes

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WordPress art themes currently for sale

Artbiz has created WordPress Artist Themes designed specifically to meet the needs of visual artists. The WordPress artist themes are clean, simple and elegant; designed purposely to enhance and showcase your work.

You will be able to create and manage your portfolio of work on line without having to know code. Gone are the days when you had to rely on a webmaster to add images to your website or update your CV.

You can do it yourself, anytime, anywhere!

Artbiz also has an extensive WordPress tutorial site where you can learn how to manage your WordPress site and optimize your content for search engines and visitors alike.

Want your WordPress art website set up Artbiz Style? All sorts of info at our main site’s  services page.

Being an artist myself, I get it. That’s why I started Artbiz in 2004, because I could not find what I needed to create the fine art website of my dreams.

What ever your website needs may be, we can and want to help!

Note: These artist themes are not available for wordpress.com. You must have the self-hosted version available from wordpress.org

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Artist Themes Support WooCommerce

WordPress for Art artist themes support WooCommerce.

WooCommerce requires WordPress themes to have extra functions added to the theme templates.  This includes adding some code to the functions file of the theme and an extra WooCommerce page template. These items have been incorporated into all David themes.

Perhaps you may be thinking that you don’t want to use WooCommerce. That’s okay you can still use the David themes without the WooCommerce plugin. In fact you can use any WordPress shopping cart plugin you want and the extra files to support WooCommerce will not interfere with that.

These extra functions and templates will only come into play when the WooCommerce plugin is activated.

On this site I am currently using Easy Digital Downloads

I added Woo Commerce to my fine art site. My experience was that I had to look up and add an number of functions to my theme’s function.php file in order to remove things like the “reviews” panel and add things like the number of products to display before the pagination kicks in.

Update: Release of David 2.3.1 November 13 now includes more styles for Woo Commerce.

Using Custom Fonts and Link Colors

New to David Themes at version 2.0 is the ability to change the Header and the Entry Title Fonts for pages and posts. As well you can now change the color of your links. Here’s how… Once you have uploaded your theme, activate it and a link to customize will be available on the theme […]


About this Site

The coolest thing about this site is that you can preview all the themes right here without leaving the page you’re on. As with any WordPress Theme, Artbiz artist themes are separate from your content. To demonstrate this I set up this site using WP Demo Bar plugin. There are two places where you can […]



How a WordPress Child Theme works. The David Theme is a what they call in theme development circles, a parent theme that acts as a framework to build other themes upon. You can use a parent theme on it’s own or with any one of it’s child themes. A WordPress child theme is a theme that […]


How to Install Themes

How to install the themes Once your purchase has been made you will be redirected back to this site to the download page. You will also receive the download information in an email. STEP #1: Follow these instructions for a parent theme that includes a child theme: Download and un-zip the main .zip archive. This […]



Support Channels WordPress for Art only provides theme related support via our blog. We may request you to e-mail us your login details when needed, in which case we will communicate via e-mail to protect your confidential & secure details. Support Hours Our general support hours are Monday to Friday, 08:30 to 17:00 (MST). During […]