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Does anyone out there have any suggestions on how to protect tarnishing on silver jewelry? Am having a horrible time with tarnishing while doing shows on the coast. Is there something I can dip my…Continue
Hi everyone,Has anyone done Pam Patullo's "Art League of Marco Island show? I have signed up for the show but realized this week that I would need to travel six hours to do it. I need other…Continue
I am just getting back into shows full time after taking a 3 year hiatus. I am finding it a struggle to come up with the booth fees for those shows that are requiring payment with the application. …Continue
Hello all artists out there. Does anyone know anything about The Kerry Way - American Made Art Shows in CT.? Please get back to me as soon as possible. They still have openings for the fall in all…Continue
This will be Howard Alan's second year in Virginia Beach. Did anyone do this show last year and can comment on it. We are heading down to this show this coming week and would like an idea of what to expect. Many thanks!
To all jewelry artists, I need your opinion. I create seaglass jewelry which for the most part I set in sterling
silver. I make my own bezels, cuffs, bails, etc. Those are my high end items. They run from $75.00 to $495.00.
All those items are in cases. I also have lower end items which are mainly drilled seaglass that I incorporate with sterling silver findings. I have items that run from $5.00 to $69.00. Those items are displayed on velvet covered tables in dishes of…Continue
Having liability insurance is a "good" thing for you the artist. If someone gets hurt in your booth and they decide to "sue" you are covered. Also, if for some reason you are out of work because your studio was broken into or whatever, or your art gets stolen you are covered. The city is trying to protect themselves and you. It's not that expensive so go for it. I just had to make a claim because I sent $2200 worth of jewelry to Chicago and it was stolen from the lobby. The insurance…Continue