This week we're delighted to announce our first ever 'Grad Week' - celebrating and promoting the huge amount of talent we see every day from recent creative graduates from all over the world.
Our mission here at Artfinder is to give independent artists the ability to directly support themselves and to make a living from their art. I’m delighted that so early in the company’s growth we have so many success stories, including many artists who have managed to quit their day jobs and go full time with their art, and it's really important that we support recent graduates as they begin that journey.
In 2016 our world is smaller than ever and our site is the source of so many amazing global stories of artists connecting with customers, developing relationships that can last a lifetime.
We'll also be publishing 'Artfinder Meets' interviews with new graduate artists Becca Levine (SFIA), Ping Zheng (RISD) and Freya Goodwin (Falmouth School of Art) on the blog, so we hope that we'll see many of you joining us in celebrating and supporting the best new talent across Artfinder!
Hero image: Ella Holland with her work at Leeds Dock