Artist Profile: Sue Majewski

Mosaic artist Sue Majewski presents her portfolio, and speaks about her background and inspiration.     ABI:  How did you originally begin creating mosaics, and how has your style developed?   SM:  In college, I took every type of art class available, from printmaking to bookmaking. Once I started breaking things apart and rearranging pieces, I knew I […]

Insights from a Gallery Owner

The more clearly artists understand the needs and practices of wholesale buyers, the better they can anticipate and work closely with them for mutual benefit.

Artist Profile: Sarah Holmes

My business has just launched a collection focused primarily on selling to wholesale accounts.

Artist Profile: Linden Hills Pottery

Linden Hills Pottery is a popular studio in Wisconsin that creates functional and decorative ware. We spoke with co-owner William Kaufmann about their origins and success.     ABI:  Tell us about your pottery studio and the work that you produce. WK:  Simple acts can have profound outcomes. It was a coming home gift for my wife […]

Artist Profile: Raven Skye McDonough

My current inspirations are drawn from my nightly dreams, the over development of natural habitat for wild life to live and prosper, the vanishing middle class in America, challenges facing women, minorities and the homeless to name a few.

Artist Profile: Rozlyn de Bussey

I was initially traditionally trained in Architectural Glass using a pencil, fine line pens and graph paper.

Art Festival Tips: Your Booth Display

Use your space to highlight each piece, giving a bit of breathing room to each one.

Apply to the 2017 NICHE Awards

Are you a student or a professional craft artist interested in receiving recognition for your excellent work?

Who Is Your Customer?

Be observant, and ask questions of prospective customers you are meeting face-to-face.

Make Your Studio More Efficient

Rather than trying to do everything yourself, it makes good financial sense to hand over some of the work to others.