Category: Artisan Profiles

The Glass Guru – Bandhu Dunham’s name is synonymous with artistic heights and perceptive insights


Shakespeare might have pondered, “What’s in a name?” For Bandhu Dunham, there is insight, significance, and liberation. Born Scott Dunham in Dayton, Ohio, in 1959, Dunham received the new name of “Bandhu” from his spiritual teacher, Lee Lozowick. “My name reflects a long commitment to my meditation practice and other spiritual disciplines that I pursue in connection with that relationship.”

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Anna Mazoń – Casting Spells


The forms and shapes that can be coaxed from metal clay are especially important to Polish artist Anna Mazoń. “The creations are truly one-of-a-kind. This cannot be overestimated nowadays,” the artist remarks. “Because of the pliability of the medium, the artists literally imprint their hands and souls into the pieces they create.

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Fearless Entrepreneur Nancy Vince – Plugged in and reaching out


Nancy Vince always knew she was going to be her own boss. As a young girl, Nancy knew she would be running her own business one day and had toyed with the thought of becoming an attorney. Ultimately, Nancy went into marketing, and it wasn’t long before this ambitious young girl saw her dreams come true. At the age of 24, Nancy Vince was running a successful direct-marketing and advertising firm.

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How to Price Handmade Items

How to Price Your Products

Expert advice from Adrianne Stone, the creator of the handmade products pricing calculator and the founder of Stockabl.



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