Craft Studio becomes Big Business

Much of Campbell Pottery’s production work uses a stunning blue glaze which Bill developed years ago, and has become a hallmark of their brand.

Artist Profile: Flóra Carlile-Kovács

The big change came when I explored the possibilities of superfine merino wool, and I learned how to combine it with silks and learned how to dye my deep gem colors.

Ring Up the Holiday Sales

The weekend before Thanksgiving, the “CraftArt” festival with over 100 exhibitors takes place on the streets outside the gallery, adding a lot of excitement and drawing crowds who will be buying at the festival and also wander into the gallery for mo

Artist Profile: Andrew Montrie

Though my work in clay continues to evolve, the biggest change to my work in craft has become my collaboration with other artists.

10 Tips for Merchandising

You will sell more when you display items accessibly, and encourage both retail customers and wholesale buyers to handle the merchandise.

Make Your Booth a Gallery

Both of these trade show booths elegantly allow the art to stand out without distraction or interference from background colors.

Artist Profile: Wendy Durand

Functionality to me is secondary to the pleasure of the form… but, I am pleased when my work has a purpose as well. I want people to want to touch my work and for my work to touch them.

Artist Profile: Houston Llew

When you read a Spiritile, its story will connect with a certain part of life.

Artist Profile: Chesnik Scopes

They opened their store to the public about two years ago, but have recently moved and expanded, and now stock the work of 35 artists, all of whom create kaleidoscopes or related products.

How to Make Greater Wholesale Impact

If you offer a fairly extensive line of product, and have a good reputation and sell-through, you may be able to move up to this higher level