Finnegan, Stephanie
February 2014
Crafts Report;Feb2014, Vol. 40 Issue 454, p24
The article discusses the benefits of attending wholesale craft shows. According to the author, wholesale markets allow artisans to connect with a large and international range of buyers including galleries, museums, and boutiques. Details on the firm Everyday Artifact LLC, owned by artists Jeff Ryan and Barbara Edelman, and its use of the NY NOW wholesale market venue are presented.


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