Here is my impression of the site, it’s not necessarily worth anything.
 The home page took 1.5 minutes to load for me and transferred >23Mb of content. That’s not really good enough, lots of visitors will just give up before the page has even loaded. The slideshow images are the chief culprits here.
 The content overlaps - of which there are many - are not adding to the site, to my eye they are a detraction.
 The huge site title.png looks messy and you are missing out on having that as an H1 which probably would have been better from an SEO perspective. That image might have been better as some sort of logo.
 Spacing content is essential to create a feeling of visual rythmn which is easy on the eye and supports consumption/comprehension of the content. The site does not have any of that, it looks like the content has been splatted onto the page. Look at the sites of any of the foremost RW Add on designers to see what I mean - give your eyes room to breath.
 The images, such as the b/w greytone flourish just don’t fit. Too big… grainy… out of place.
 There does not seem to be any colour palette underpinning the page - the backgrounds are a sort of clay/mud. The menu is a sort of blue-purple, the menu highlight is almost a pastel-y blue, while the text is off-white, but the links are unstyled completely.
 The typography is, for me, one of the most serious issues. The mixture of fonts, swinging from elaborate/ornate to unstyled creates a bit of a swirling mess which is bothersome to actually read.
 It’s not clear what the site actually “is”? As far as I can see its a collection of images and words which suggest ideas, but its not clear what the site is “for”.
Fundamentally, I agree with @TemplateRepo. It looks like you have the tools (Foundry and other stacks), now maybe take a step back and think about how to use them to create cohesive designs. If the site you are making is for a client, I would just be careful about showing it to them just now.
Look at lots of professionally designed sites. Study their use of color, spacing, typography in order
to create a pleasing UX. Look at how those sites have a message, a purpose and make it clear to the
user what they are about and how to interact/commit/buy/read more/connect.
Find a site that captures what you are going for - then take your time and build it as a training project
in RapidWeaver/Stacks. Pay attention to the details and don’t give up. It’s fun and you’ll learn a lot.