That's the homepage of your (future) website? Where's the text going to go? imo, it is way too much - you want to tease, tantalize and lure people in, not whallop them over the head. Who is your target audience? Fellow artists? Potential employers? If the latter, then remember that they, above all, value simplicity and ease of use. They don't want to be overwhelmed with images, they want to know where to go to view your art in a calm and rational fashion. Remember, they're business people...not artists. They don't want to hunt all over the homepage looking for a button that *might* lead them to your gallery or contact info. Unless you're trying to sell yourself as a web designer, keep it really simple and focus on making it easy for non-artists (and even low-web users) to navigate to where you want them to go. Which, naturally, is your killer art. So, have a few pics on your front page, enough to whet the appetite. Check around online and find a layout that you like and imitate it. Grids are good - grids are our friends! They make navigation that much more easy. Hope that helps.