Artist Profile: Chynna Brown

I would love to get into the licensing side of the business and I am currently working on building up my portfolio so that I could possibly attend and show my work at a trade show in the near future.

Building a Resilient Career as an Artist

Rarely do artists they think about building a business that is resilient and sustainable through challenges and difficulties that can arise.

Artist Profile: Dana Evans

I think my work has a somewhat structured and tailored look.

Artist Profile: Matt and Jae Springer

We consider ourselves extremely lucky in that our business is more like an extension of ourselves.

Artist Profile: Marie Josette Wearable Art

Not only do we work independently from our own studios; but, when we begin a new body of work, nothing is discussed other than how many new pieces, deadlines, and if there is a theme. Otherwise, we let each other do what they do best

Artist Profile: Hudson Beach Glass

The Hudson Beach Glass studio business was founded in 1984. Fortunately, they also opened their own gallery in 2003, located in an old firehouse on Main Street which they purchased at auction

Artist Profile: Liz Walberg and Cari Luchau

Liz is known for her stylistic wall collage art and metal wall art, and we carry several of her wall pieces. As a whole, we focus on pottery, jewelry, metal art and gifts suitable for weddings, showers and hostess gifts.

Big on Creativity but Short on Cash? Try Crowdfunding

Present a wonderful idea, and a smart appeal on crowdfunding websites, and you may find that others are happy to invest in your success by bankrolling your project.

Artist Profile: Grace Gunning

Collectors have embraced them as a very personal and cherished piece of functional art.

Artist Profile: Roger Wood

Roger Wood of Klockwerks creates handmade one-of-a-kind timepieces. A self-taught artist, Roger developed his line long before Steampunk became popular.