Artist: Judy Taylor

I specialize in custom work, designing rugs for people, or even designing rug kits to suit the customer’s taste in color and style.

Artist: Julie Spako

My ceramics have evolved over time to include folk patterns from eastern Europe.

Artist: Alene Geed

The Sacred Spiral Collection has become my most enduring and popular series of designs.

Artist: Jill Schiller

Being a vendor at art festivals is helpful because customers have the chance to tell you what kinds of products they would like.

Jewelry Designer Uses Innovative Marketing Approach

In order to promote her collection, she came up with the idea to have a “photo shoot party” and invite friends and fans to come and model her necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

Artist: Judy Orcutt

Because of my botany background in pharmacy, this was a natural for me. Identifying the floral elements that I used to enhance the quotes, poetry, and my own writing was important to me.

How to Display Your Handmade Work for Maximum Sales

Have a spectacular piece of high-end work that is perfect as the center of attention? Create a display using it as the star, but with lower-end items around it.

Artist: Amarilys Henderson

Working as a designer helped me fine-tune aesthetic proportions, understand typography, and get into the habit of quickly grasping clients’ dreams.

Artist: Jann Bauer

As a beach-inspired jewelry artist, I design art jewelry for the free-spirited woman, a woman with a bohemian soul.

New Studio Solution Helps Artists Leverage Designs

Available in 39″ and 57″ widths, and affordable priced at around $2,000, they can be used in-house, producing fabric that can be made into clothing, scarves, accessories, pillows or other products.