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  • October 27 2014

    Cherie Burbach expresses herself with mixed media art, combining Bible verses and her own poetry with special papers and acrylics. When she’s not putting words on paper or creating art, she’s making soup for her husband and cheering on the Green Bay Packers. She also specializes in writing about relationships and helping people to connect. Cherie has written for About.com, NBC/Universal, Match.com, and more. Whether it’s writing about caregiving, finding love, or friendship, all of Cherie’s fiction and nonfiction centers around relationships and faith.

  • June 30, 2010

    Portland, ME - Next Day Art can now be found on Facebook, the world's top networking site.  Our presence on Facebook will be another avenue for manufacturers and artists to stay connected and up-to-date on the latest designs, trends, new artists and other relevant licensing news. In addition, the Facebook platform will allow us to announce every time new designs are added to our website, so you'll never miss a thing!

  • May 7, 2010

    Portland, ME - The Currier & Ives Foundation is pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive licensing representation agreement with Next Day Art, an art licensing company located in Portland, Maine.

  • March 19, 2010

    Port Townsend, WA - Internet helps Mangutz put the puzzle pieces together

    by Kathy Meyer of the Leader

    Never underestimate the power of a website when it comes to selling art.

  • March 10, 2010

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art, a Portland-based art licensing company, announced that Laura Serino has joined the company as licensing account manager.  Laura has a background in publishing and graduated from Fordham University. Laura will be responsible for presenting artwork to existing clients and developing new art licensing opportunities.  

  • February 8, 2010

    Atlanta, GA - At the recent Atlanta AmericasMart, Lang, a leading stationary and gift company, released a new wall calendar featuring the artwork of folk artist Cheryl Bartley.  Cheryl was on hand in Atlanta at the busy Lang showroom for an artist meet-and-greet and had a chance to mingle with some fellow artists and Lang customers. 

  • October 9, 2009

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art announces the signing of several artists adding great new talent to their existing group of over 80 artists.  “Over the last several months, we have worked hard to identify and anticipate the needs of our licensees and are excited to be representing some new artists that will strengthen our existing portfolio” stated James Meserve, president of Next Day Art.  

  • March 9, 2009

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art, an art licensing company located in Portland, Maine, plans to introduce about 10 new artists and thousands of new images at the 2009 SURTEX show in New York City.  SURTEX is one of the leading trade shows for surface, textiles and art designs and will be held at the Javits Center from May 17-19th.   

  • December 16, 2008

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art, a Portland-based art licensing company, announces that a number of leading gift manufacturers will be debuting new designs licensed through the company at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishing Market. Held in January of 2009, the Atlanta Gift Market is the largest show of its kind and is home to over 2,000 permanent wholesale showrooms and over 5,000 temporary booths.  

  • July 29, 2008

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art, an art licensing and product ideation company located in Portland, Maine, announces that they have secured product licensing agreements with some of the largest and most recognized manufacturers of calendars, journals, gifts, puzzles and more.  Over the last six months, Next Day Art has placed hundreds of images under licensing agreement with manufacturers and the company is poised for significant growth in 2008 and beyond.

  • May 7, 2008

    Exhibiting at the upcoming Surface & Textiles Show or SURTEX in New York City, Next Day Art has plans to introduce several new artists and thousands of new designs. SURTEX is a key trade show as many manufacturers and designers attend in an effort to secure new art licenses and source new art for future product introductions.

  • February 6, 2008

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art, an art licensing and product ideation company, introduces several new artists from around the world. According to James Meserve, president of Next Day Art, “We now represent artists from Europe, Turkey, Canada, and Australia as well as the United States.”

  • December 10, 2007

    Kinderhook, New York – A Martin Van Buren National Historic Site ornament is prominently displayed on this year’s official White House Christmas Tree. The tree is the centerpiece of elaborate decorations celebrating the theme of “Holiday in the National Parks.”

  • September 12, 2007

    Portland, ME – Next Day Art is excited to announce the signing of several extraordinary new artists to their licensing portfolios. “We are continuing presentations following the SURTEX and Licensing International shows in New York and have added new artists in response to the demand”, enthused Next Day Art’s president James Meserve.

  • July 17, 2007

    Portland, ME – Selected artwork and images represented by Next Day Art have now been licensed into most major product categories. “We are beginning to see a great response from manufacturers and a very strong reception to their artwork,” commented James Meserve, president of Next Day Art.

  • May 10, 2007

    Next Day Art artist, Bonnie White of Canaan, NY ranks as one of the top traditional artisans in America, according to a panel of experts convened by Early American Life magazine. The experts—curators from such prestigious institutions as the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, American Folk Art Museum, Charleston Museum, Hancock Shaker Village, Heritage Center of Lancaster County, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Old Sturbridge Village, and Strawbery Banke Museum as well as antiques dealers, independent scholars, and professional instructors—selected the top craftspeople working with traditional tools and techniques for the magazine’s 22nd annual Directory of Traditional American Crafts. Bonnie’s handcrafted paintings showed mastery of the art form, heritage techniques, and workmanship, according to the judges.