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How to Sell Your Jewelry: Retail and Wholesale - March 20 (evening session)

How to Sell Your Jewelry: Retail and Wholesale - March 20 (evening session)

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You love to make jewelry and you have at least one collection you can sell, but do you struggle selling your work?

Whether you are considering retail sales via art shows or online, or selling to stores and galleries via wholesale or consignment, its good to know what you are getting into with each of these revenue streams.

Jen is going to share her knowledge from doing over 300 art shows, and selling to over 50 stores nationwide to help you get clear on the revenue streams you want to pursue.

At the end of class, you'll feel empowered on applying to shows or selling to stores or galleries!

Class duration: 2 hours with a short break.

Please review our cancellation policy before registering.  By registering for this workshop, you agree to our cancellation policy, dress code, and studio rules.

About the instructor, Jen Lesea-Ames:

Jen Lesea-Ames headshotA former exercise physiologist and triathlete, Jen retired from her fitness career after receiving a diagnosis of hip dysplasia and decided to go full-time with her jewelry business in 2014. 

Wanting more of a challenge after stringing beads for three years, she studied metalsmithing at the Denver School of Metal Arts (now called Denver Jewelry Studio) from 2012-2016. She decided to go full-time with her jewelry business in 2014 and opened Silver Peak Studio in July 2020.

She is the owner, designer, and metalsmith of Jen Lesea Designs, (2009-present); her jewelry is sold in over 50 stores, including Fallingwater Museum Store, the Denver Art Museum Gift Shop, and the national catalog Uncommon Goods. Her experience and work has landed her local and national press. Jen is an Applied Jewelry Professional from the Gemological Institute of America GIA. 

Jen has sold over $1.5 million in her jewelry line, and knows first-hand, what it takes to be a successful working independent artist.

Her fun and friendly nature is apparent in everything she does, whether its teaching metalsmithing, talking to art show patrons, or supporting her fellow jewelry artists in growing their business.

A few of Jen's favorite things is recreating outdoors, traveling, and hanging with her fur babies (kitties), Addie and Stevie.


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