I'm excited to be part of a new online community for Jewish artists and people who love them (oh, and who love art, and Jewish art, too!). Homegrown Judaica is sort of an Etsy for Jewish artists. The artists featured on the site create Jewish art (ketubot, tallitot, Jewishly-themed visual art) as well as, well, just arts and crafts (photographs, jewelry, needlework).
I'm selling some of my handmade jewelry on the site, which is the first time I've made a concerted effort to sell. (I'm not counting the actually-really-successful "shows" I've done in the library at my office for my co-workers, which are probably completely illegal.)
I'm looking forward to this experiment - seeing how people respond to my jewelry, if the price is right, and what kind of response the site gets in general. If you're a Jewish artist and would like to feature our work on the site, there's information on how to do that there. Check me out!