What’s the buzzword among NICHE magazine’s 2011 Top Retailers? “Community.”
Owner Don Muller, who has been selling art in western Massachusetts since the early 1970s and at his Main Street, Northampton, gallery since 1978, has seen many changes through the years. But his story isn’t as much one of survival as it is of vision—or perhaps of vision and dedication combined.
A survey by American Express found that the quality of customer service provided directly affects customers’ spending habits.
Owning a gallery is a powerful fantasy. Newly minted art school graduates and young entrepreneurs daydream about expansive, carefully lit retail spaces filled with handcrafted objects that eager customers will immediately whip out their credit cards to buy.
More than 50 organizations have banded together to get Americans to think small during the biggest shopping weekend of the year.
We carry only American-made fine craft and art, with an emphasis on work made in Pennsylvania.
Our customers are an eclectic mix of individuals who live in our community or visit us from nearby Minneapolis/St. Paul
We’ve never taken a negative attitude about the economy. We’ve always offered a wide price range—from very affordable, to museum-quality pieces.