Nicole Bracey launched Salt Water Tea a year after she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from the Alberta College of Art + Design. Bracey creates gemstone jewelry and crystal infused candles and runs Greater Goods - an avenue for artists to sell their work locally all year round in a store setting. She answered a few questions on the time and work that goes behind her business. The Calgary Journal wanted to see the contrast between a conventional work week and the work week of an artist. Below is Bracey’s average week for her art and business.
- By Natalie Holland and Maria Dardano
Cliff Hendrickson is the owner of StickFix, a growing Calgary business that is committed to keeping carbon fibre sporting goods out of the dump. Produced by Cassandra Telford
Cliff Hendrickson wants to stick it to expensive hockey gear.
- By Cassandra Telford
What started out as a cold Sunday morning on Sept. 25 quickly turned into a warm fall day; perfect for running or walking a few kilometres, or in this case, as far as ten kilometres.
- By Nicole Auger