Sunday, October 08, 2006

We love feedback.

Our favorite form of feedback is an actual order or a question about one of the art objects we offer.

Second is from folks who email us to tell us how much they like our web sites.

But other feedback can be even more important.

After a recent wall-to-wall redesign of our site at, we solicited review and feedback from some of our friends and readers.

One of those people contacted us to say that they had found a broken link on the site. Sure enough. Even more important, when we went in to fix it, we found a couple of pages that we thought we had updated but had not. So we fixed those too.

So our thanks go to Rand at for setting us on a voyage of improvement. Incidentally, Rand’s site is one of the most informative you will find on the web on the subject of African tribal art. If you can’t find what you are looking for on our African tribal art pages at, we recommend a visit to Rand’s site to see what he has. Heck, we don’t mind if you visit his place first and then visit ours. The most important thing is to find what you are looking for, regardless of where you find it.


Tribal Artery is the periodic blog of Aboriginals: Art of the First Person and our online galleries at Native Jewelry Link, Native Pottery Link, TribalWorks and ZuniLink.