Erin Gardner, Grey Fox Felting’s Founder, gives us a glimpse of the chaos, hand-wringing, and endless hours of needle-felting that went on behind closed doors in order to open her very own brick-and-mortar store.
The business of making art is better than ever. At New York Makers, we are thrilled to fuel the online engine of creative makers + commerce. We recently talked “shop” with a few members of our Hudson Valley-based family of makers. Here’s what they had to say.
Sometimes you need to put your work down, step out of the studio, and try something new to shift your perspective, gain some inspiration, and move forward with momentum. Here are three ways to boost your mood this spring!
In the middle of a quiet street in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill neighborhood, maker Ian Love brings together found- and salvaged-tree and plant materials from all parts of New York State to create one-of-a-kind, heirloom furniture and home objects.