Cookies, Privacy, Accessibility and Design
If you have signed up to receive news from us by email, we keep only your email address, and the name you supplied with it, if any. We use this information only to inform you of dates, events and news connected to the site, and do not share your data with any party other than the hosting company who process the emails. You can remove yourself from the email list at any time by simply replying to one of the emails and asking to be removed, or just clicking the unsubscribe link in each email.
If you have an artist profile on this site, we collect from you your name, email, and work you wish to display. We use this information only to show your work on the site, and we do not share this info with others. On signing in you can edit, update, or delete this information.
You can control the cookie settings in your own browser, stop or delete any and all cookies at any time, or deal with cookies on a site-by-site basis. You can tell your browser to ignore all third party cookies, meaning you then only accept cookies from sites you actually visit, not from others such as advertisers. You can set your browser to delete all cookies on a regular basis, for example when you close it, or once a day, week, or month. If you simply accept all cookies from all sites and never delete them, search engines, advertisers and other parties will eventually build up a very thorough and worryingly complete picture of your online activities, which is why UK and EU law now require sites to get your consent before they send you cookies in the first place - it is your choice to accept or reject those cookies.
Some pages on this site may display small ads from the Google Adwords program to help cover hosting costs. Those ads may use third party cookies set by Google to personalise them if you accept third party cookies, and Google do offer an opt out option specifically for the Google Ads.
Accessibility on websites means everyone can use them. Web Accessibility also means complying with UK disability and discrimination law, so everyone can access a website, even without using a mouse or screen. This site meets the standards set by the intenational web standards body W3C, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Our site achieves the full AAA standard, where A is the required minimum for all sites and AAA is the recognised highest level, but if you have any difficulties or concerns here please do contact us. Its always easy to test any website online for yourself, and report problems sites at FixTheWeb.net.
This site is using what is called a responsive design, where elements can get automatically re-arranged or resized to create a reasonable layout on a wide range of screen sizes and devices, including mobile ones. So it may look a bit different on your other devices, which is how it should be.