Lend Your Online Support: Artwork and Art Pottery
This article has been republished in keeping with our dedication to support arts and crafts businesses. Original date of publication: March 25th, 2020.
We at ArtsandCraftsCollector.com recognize that due to the changing landscape, collectors have grown confident and comfortable by buying pieces online that in the past they might have only bought in person at a gallery or shows. The transition into online purchase has surpassed its rare status into the norm; in the spring of 2019, a US Department of Commerce report showed the total market share of online U.S. retail sales was higher than general in-store sales for the first time in history, aided by the ease and usability of the online shopping environment and a growing number of financially-empowered tech-savvy buyers. A year later, due to orders to stay home to avoid the spread of COVID-19, sales are increasing online more than ever.
Towards that end, we are listing below some of the exhibitors at the National Arts and Crafts Conference and Shows and we encourage you not only to visit their online salesroom, but to establish a relationship with them, which will carry over into next year’s National Arts and Crafts Shows at the Grove Park Inn. We will be publishing a series of these articles in the oncoming weeks and will continue to highlight small businesses, non-profit organizations, and historic sites in this time of need.
In this week’s series of articles, we are highlighting the visually stunning world of Art Pottery and Artwork. In no particular order, here are some suggestions for online sources for artwork and art pottery:
Owner: Patti Bourgeois
PatsPots.com …“One treasure at a time…” Browse our selection of art pottery including Fulper, Roseville, Weller, Rookwood, and more, spanning north, east, south and west. You might even find contemporary and European art pottery from time to time….find your first treasure today!
Clements Antiques of New Hampshire
Owners: Todd & Michele Clements
I specialize in American Art Pottery, American Art Glass, Early 20th Century Leaded and Stained glass lighting. We sell Tiffany Studios desk set items, lamps and metal ware of the Arts & Crafts period such as Gustav Stickley, Roycroft and Heintz.
Owners: Jim Messineo and Mike Witt
JMW Gallery features offer many examples of period antiques by American makers such as Gustav Stickley, L&JG Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Limbert, and other quality makers. JMW is also a nationally recognized source for art pottery by Grueby, Marblehead, SEG/Paul Revere, Dedham, Hampshire, William Walley and Merrimac, Newcomb, Rookwood, and also offer color block prints by Frances Gearhart, Edna Boies Hopkins, William Rice, and others.
Owners: Greg & Lana Myroth
We started Just Art Pottery in May of 1997 to provide a convenient and safe way for collectors ranging from entry level to highly advanced to find accurately described and fairly priced art pottery. What started as a hobby of collecting Van Briggle pottery quickly grew into a small and thriving business of buying and selling art pottery across the world.
The Bungalow Craft
Owner: Julie Leidel
Julie Leidel is a Roycroft Renaissance Artisan inspired by The Arts & Crafts Movement (1880-1920) and the WPA era. Her artwork evokes a feeling of yesteryear by engaging your memory’s perception of time & place. She has over 60 paintings inspired by the A&C Movement, and 75 paintings of her home state of Colorado, all available in 6 sizes with frame options.
Laura Wilder Artwork
Owner: Laura Wilder
Block prints and paintings inspired by nature, the Arts & Crafts Movement, and the sweet, simple things in life.
If you’d like to see more categories of arts and crafts organizations and small businesses selling arts and crafts artwork, please check our business listings directory located below:
If you’re a business owner or Arts and Crafts artist who wants to be featured in this series of articles, please contact us at email@example.com. We will be continuously adding to these series of articles.
Please remember to be safe and healthy.
Kate Nixon and Bruce Johnson