Artists can purchase pre-made stretcher bars for their works of art, but most top tier artists and galleries choose to have their stretcher bars custom-made. This company has been meeting artist and gallery needs with their exquisite quality and wood craftsmanship for 18 years. They take custom orders, provide individualized service, pay close attention to specific customer needs, and use high quality materials. They have strong vendor relationships and very little competition in their tier. The business has proven to be relatively recession resistant.

The company has a large number of high-volume repeat clients.

The company’s owner is willing to train a new owner, and learning the business’ craft is expected to take only one to two months. This is a relatively simple operation that should be easily transferrable to a new owner who has reasonable attention to detail.

Making a decent living through art is difficult for most artists. This business presents a wonderful opportunity for those with a passion for the arts to be involved in the art world while generating great cash flow. You can be exposed to, and practice, artistry by being a craftsperson in the “maker" community, supplying a highly valued product to painters and other artists who need well-stretched fabric or other material on which to apply and show their art.