Acre Show Participants

Judy Dunn’s been preparing for the ACRE (American Craft Retailers Expo, the trade show for Wholesalecrafts.com) show in Las Vegas in April. Doesn’t her necklace go well with PCDaily’s site colors?

Thumbing through the list of ACRE artists, I came across a number of other polymer clay artists who will be in the show. Some of them like Tish Collins and Joyce Fritz (see the bug) have almost none of their work on the web.

Judy Belcher has a bit and you can also visit Gwen Pina’s site. Meisha Barbee, Lindly Haunani and Sandra McCaw will be sharing an NPCG-sponsored booth there as well.

It’s fun to browse through the ACRE site even though the pictures are frustratingly small. Let me know if you find any artists I missed.

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  • reply Julie Picarello ,

    How fabulous that the polymer community will be so well represented at the ACRE show ~ I’m sending each of these artists wishes for an exciting and productive experience. Kudos as well to the NPCG for their mentorship & support of artists new to wholesale!

    • reply Christy Dickerson ,

      I bought one of Joyce Fritz elegant and fun bug two years ago in a LaConner, WA gallery and have wondered about her and where she is from ever since. Hope to find out more.

      • reply Caren Goodrich ,

        Joyce’s bug is just stunning, didn’t know about her, thanks for bringing her to the web! Judy’s necklace is beautiful, too….it not only goes with PCD, it goes well with the bug!

        • reply Tish Collins ,

          I don’t surf the web often so was surprised to find my name mentioned in this article. Yes, ACRE will be my first wholesale show. I have been concentrating on galleries and am just now placing myself out there on the web.

          • reply Polymer Clay Daily » Collins mixes discarded and original ,

            […] week’s post about polymer clay artists at the ACRE show netted us a new name. Colorado’s Tish Collins stepped forward as she launches her new web […]

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