Owning a gallery is a powerful fantasy. Newly minted art school graduates and young entrepreneurs daydream about expansive, carefully lit retail spaces filled with handcrafted objects that eager customers will immediately whip out their credit cards to buy.
The immense popularity of social networks, and the meteoric rise in the last few years of social media marketing, is an exciting new direction for public relations and marketing.
Want to know what makes me happy? It’s talking to craft gallery owners, who as a group seem to be some of the most upbeat, optimistic and forward-looking small business retailers on the face of the earth.
They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. With the handmade work of each of these seven artists, you can provide customers with kitchenware that does indeed have heart.
Funky, eye-catching colors and irregular shapes are staples of artist Karine Demers’ whimsical glass and enamel designs.
All of Joy Stember’s “contemporary heirlooms” feature pewter and brass, including her dreidel. Steeped in rich tradition, the art of Judaica provides a powerful sense of history and culture. No one knows this better than metal artist Joy Stember. “With my Judaica, I want people to have a renewed sense of spirituality and see my…
A contingent of international guests—leaders of national craft federations and craft advocacy groups
MJSA, the association for jewelry makers and designers, announced the winners of its annual Vision Awards in March during MJSA Expo New York.