Artisans of the Valley Quarterly Review Newsletter – Vol 3 Issue 1 Released!
By Eric Saperstein on Mar 9, 2010 in Artist Marketing, General Blogging | 0 Comments
Artisans Quarterly Review Volume 3 Issue 1 by Artisans of the Valley is available as of March 6, 2010 and may be accessed with any PDF viewer by clicking on the following links or pasting them into our browser. Yes, we’re a little late with this quarter … we’ve been busy so cut us a break!
The table of contents for this Isssue is as follows for the 1st Qtr of 2010: (If you’re going to the Philadelphia Fine Furniture Show this year – a link is in our newsletter for half price tickets!)
- Babbling Editorial
- Hopewell Express Features …
- Philly Show 2010
- Custom Chippendale Curio Unit
- Magnified Handles
- This is NOT Yoda
- Civil War Staffs
- The Books of Lora S. Irish
- Artist & Guide Wayne Barton
- Baker Table Restorations
- Special Guest David Healy
- For a Blow Out? Blow In!
- Cannons & Coal Mines
- Secretary Restoration
- Sheridan Server Restoration
- TODL 50,000+ Designers
- Kyle’s 2010 Pinewood Derby
Also now available is a special feature edition of Artisans’ Quarterly Review featuring more details about us and the projects featured in our international television debut! Artisans of the Valley joins EBRU TV’s new show entitled “Blank Canvas.”
Artisans of the Valley offers museum quality period reproductions, original designs by commission, and antique restoration/conservation services, hand carving, modern furniture refinishing, handmade walking sticks, and educational programs. Starting in 2009 Artisans is now offering a full line of architectural elements and furniture maintenance products. Our website includes galleries, feature articles, educational sections, a company background, and our new adventure album. We extend an open invitation to explore our site, and contact us directly with any inquiries or questions you may have.
Click Here to Download Artisans Booklet “Mini-Portfolio” a Printable PDF Cross Section of our Entire Portfolio:
Thank you for your time, your business, and your support!
Eric M. Saperstein
Artisans of the Valley
-- Eric M. Saperstein, Master Craftsman www.artisansofthevalley.com