Tacoma, WA, November 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Jenre Arts, a company of handcrafted home decorations and jewelry today announced the formation of their new company’s site.
Jenre Arts was formed by Tomi Callander and Linda Chambers as an outlet for their artful creations.
"Each of us has designed homes and offices as we started our households, raised our families and worked in industry. But the love of art and creating things people enjoy having in their homes and using every day is our main reason for starting the company. We enjoy creating things that people love to have around them,” said Linda Chambers.
“We’ve had to use our good business sense over the years and realized that each one of us had a business and an artistic skill,” said Tomi Callander. “When you combined these skills, it just made good business sense to turn it into another business.”
“We’re also sisters and have worked on projects together in the past, now we’re in business together. Now we're combining those years of experience into one company to make home décor items and jewelry that we hope our customers will really enjoy having."
Based in the Seattle-Tacoma area, Jenre Arts will operate as an internet website rather than a physical location with the first internet shop at Etsy.com. They are currently working on a Jenre Arts shop as a vendor for Amazon and Ebay.
The company prides itself on providing quality, hand crafted merchandise made with quality materials. Their products include many hand painted glass vases, candleholders, wine glasses, coffee mugs and serving dishes. Jenre Arts also have these same items made of polymer clay which are molded or carved, fired and painted clay, necklaces, earrings, and vintage jewelry. All handcrafted items are done in-house by Tomi Callander and Linda Chambers who take pride in producing quality items. Most of their work is created from their own design ideas but at times, they have produced items specific to a client’s ideas, thoughts or needs.
Jenre Arts originally opened in August 2013. Customers can go to http://www.jenrearts.etsy.com to see more than 170 handcrafted or vintage items. Additional items are being added almost every day.
To learn more about Jenre Arts, you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe to their monthly email newsletter or visit them online at http://www.jenrearts.etsy.com . Much of their work is displayed on www.Pinterest.com/jenrearts and on www.facebook.com/jenrearts .