Wearable art isn’t what it was 20 years ago. American designers are mixing tailored patterns with bold colors to create garments that appeal to a wide range of ages and body types.
Say goodbye to the days of oversized, loose-fitting jackets, tops and coats. Artists know what customers want
As purse strings stay tight, creative marketing and promotions can be a way to draw in new customers. Lawrence Gallery in Oregon appeals to customers’ financial sensibilities with its “500 Artworks At or Below $500” campaign.
“Retailers Temper Recovery Hopes with Caution” read the headline on a
How is your year shaping up so far? If you’re like many retailers, your hopes are high but your bottom line is still a little weak.
There’s nothing like a tough economy to get the creative juices flowing. And nowhere is this more evident than in the realm of fine and…
It’s early March as I write this, and the view from my office window is encouraging. After months of record-breaking snowstorms here in Baltimore, spring…
Our best year was 2006. Since then, we have seen a consistent decline of revenue. Six percent the first year, 8% the second, and this year I am predicting at least another 8% decrease.