We are so proud of Beth! Voyage Chicago wrote an article about her and included her as one of Chicago's most inspiring entrepreneurs! How cool is that?! They contacted her about two months ago and asked if she wanted to answer a few questions about her business and being an entrepreneur. She of course, said, sure! And here we are. Beth is really honored and excited to be included. She started her business 8 years ago designing birthday party invitations and birth announcements for friends and family members and now you can find her designs on products such as travel mugs, doormats, stationery, gift bags, and more. Her products are for sale at major retailers like Target and Home Depot as well as online stores like Minted, MPix, Spoonflower, Wal-Mart and many more. You can read the full article here and pop over to Beth's website to see more of her work and where to shop. Her art is available for license, sale or commission, feel free to contact her directly if you're interested in working with her. Congrats Beth, we couldn't be more proud!!!
Four Corners Art Collective made our Surtex debut last year and we haven’t stopped working since! Now we’re coming back to reconnect with the clients we met last time and are looking forward to making lots more great connections.
The four collective members exhibiting in 2017 are Beth Schneider (Chicago, USA), Emma McGowan (Brighton, England), Jocelyn Proust (Coffs Harbour, Australia) and Pippa Shaw (Aix-en-Provence, France).
Between us, we will be exhibiting over 400 fresh, modern illustrations and repeat patterns including Christmas and seasonal designs, florals, characters and hand lettering for stationery and paper products, greetings, tabletop, editorial, home décor, wall art, gift, packaging, textiles, quilting and bolt fabric. So it will be well worth stopping by BOOTH #2723! Contact us today to make an appointment. See you there!
One of the key reasons we decided to form our art collective, Four Corners, was so we could share the risk and costs of exhibiting at trade shows. Once we’d chosen our name, designed our logo and launched our website, we turned our attention to the big question: which trade shows?Read More