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At 9:06am on May 11, 2011, peg fetter said…

ouch, getting sick and doing a show, what a drag. you will love the Facere, please go in and introduce yourself.

wanted to give you my personal email:

At 9:23am on May 6, 2011, peg fetter said…

be sure to visit my friend Lisa Colby, she has a booth too. her work is beautiful, and she is a doll. Clayton was tough, really, keep trying. we can talk more about that later. when you go to Seattle, be sure to stop in to Facere Jewelry Gallery, they are fabulous!!!!!!

At 9:51am on May 4, 2011, peg fetter said…

not going to SNAG.  am in St. Louis. teach all day today (W) love City Museum! live right by Botanical Garden. try to go to City Garden if you can, it is close to City Museum.

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At 11:22am on May 3, 2011, peg fetter said…
love your work too!!!!!!
At 11:17am on April 26, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

Anne, you did everything right with regard to the comment onto Maureen's page. Some crafthausers want to approve comments they receive before they allow them posted onto their pages, it has nothing to do with me :-)) Maureen will approve the comment probably as soon as she gets it emailed.



At 6:15pm on April 22, 2011, alice simpson said…
Wild and surprising color, light-hearted, yet elegant patterns and forms.
At 1:11pm on April 22, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
High 5 sister indeed :-)) Glad to bee your room mate.
At 9:39pm on March 31, 2011, Catherine Witherell said…

I understand.  I have been on etsy and have sold 46 things in about 4 years.  I sell more in other ways and I don't do many shows.  I agree about the best sales there being price related and that's why I think it isn't very high end.  Good to know about you sending photos of what you have on hand, maybe you could put "available" and the "price" in your item description on each photo here or the note on a widget at the top of your page that mentions how you deal with it . . . because that link up there to your website doesn't go anywhere and maybe that's all that needs to be done and what Harriete was writing about.

I believe this is your year!  Rah!


At 7:10pm on March 31, 2011, Catherine Witherell said…

Hi Anne,  I think Harriete means a place online because we in California are probably not going to get to the craft shows you go to in the east so we don't get a chance to view and purchase your work - which is amazing I have to say.  There are a lot of places to sell online and Etsy is only one of them.  I would try to find a high end online store/venue to list your pieces so that when you aren't doing a show, there's a place for you to make them available.  Harriete uses "Etsy" (not very high end but there are some very accomplished artists selling there) and also a place called "ObjectFetish" here:

FYI, they do have fees attached to them.  Etsy is about 4% and if a person used Paypal too that's another 4% but much lower than gallery fees and all the current work can be shown while galleries don't really do that.  I only really know about Etsy's fees right now.

Another idea is to have a simple personal website with a shopping cart powered by some server like "bigcartel" here:       or another I've heard of called "zen cart" here:        Some of them are free but of course they have a learning curve and might take a little time to set up.  It's possible the zen cart is easier than most and they have tutorials about how to set up shop.  I hope that helps.

Oh yeah, some people here have their etsy shop banner/badge posted on their crafthaus page and that would be the way you could get some action too.

At 4:42pm on March 7, 2011, Leslie A. Schug said…

I hope we can both make it to Arrowmont and get together! Enjoy yourself at the SNAG conference (would love to see Seattle but not this time)!!

At 12:11pm on March 5, 2011, Leslie A. Schug said…

Hi Anne,

Thanks for friending me! I really like the richness of your enamel work :)

Unfortunately I'm not attending the SNAG conference this year but I hope to go to Arrowmont in September for the Enamelist Society conference. Will you be there?


At 1:40pm on February 26, 2011, Leisa Rich said…
Thanks! Your work is fabulous - especially the rings! They look like some of my sculptural work!
At 4:01pm on January 27, 2011, elizabeth cohen said…
Your work is so beautiful. Where in VT are you? Do you show in Boston?
At 8:46am on September 15, 2010, COLIN DUNCAN said…
Thanks for your comments. i tend to go for work that is cool and minimal or, like yours, better at being lively, gestural and colourful. Col
At 11:04pm on September 1, 2010, L. Sue Szabo said…
hi anne!
it was great meeting you too. i recognize that piece that is your avatar. good choice. i've worn it several times already, always with lots of compliments. i also enjoyed reading your pricing article as guest blogger. see ya around.
At 1:52am on August 25, 2010, Miriam Rowe said…
Thanks for the photo comment and friend request- I'm really enjoying looking at your enamel work!
At 11:28am on April 29, 2010, Katie Schutte said…
Thanks for the comment! I love your enamels--the colors and and sugar fire are great!
At 10:51am on January 28, 2010, Talya Baharal said…
Thank you, Anne. I appreciate you taking the time to comment and I especially appreciate THE comment!! All the best, Talya
At 10:17pm on January 24, 2010, Amanda Outcalt said…
Hello! Yes, it is a small world! Linda Darty was my professor (along with Bob Ebendorf, Mi Sook Hur, and Tim Lazure) at ECU. I am glad to befriend a fellow enamelist- very cool work
At 9:11pm on January 1, 2010, Catherine Chandler said…
I absolutely love your use of color and the combination of enamel with stones.

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