Little did Wendy Rosen know that, after 30 years, her idea for a wholesale marketplace for fine craft would still be alive and thriving as the Buyers Market of American Craft.
More than a few family dynasties have grown up around the Buyers Market, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Parents who have exhibited for decades are now watching their children participate in the show.
Gradually clearing skies. That forecast for a better economy in 2011 should come as good news to retailers
Thanks to Grovewood Gallery, Biltmore Park Town Square in Asheville, N.C., has a brand new look and feel.
How do you boost sales and benefit your local community? Partner with local nonprofits, of course.
We carry only American-made fine craft and art, with an emphasis on work made in Pennsylvania.
Our customers are an eclectic mix of individuals who live in our community or visit us from nearby Minneapolis/St. Paul
We’ve never taken a negative attitude about the economy. We’ve always offered a wide price range—from very affordable, to museum-quality pieces.