Chocolatier Julie Bolejack receives international more

These artistic entrepreneurs creatively develop, market and sell one-of-a-kind work impacting this state’s economy.
-- Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann
Expanding the Meaning of the Brand

Glass mosaics by one of Indiana's premiere contemporary designers, wooden furniture handcrafted by a Tell City woodworker, 2D paper quilting by a longtime Bloomington-based artist, and handworked metal jewelry makers are among artists and food producers from 11 counties now part of Indiana Artisan.  Two exceptional "foodists," Zionsville's Inga Smith and Greenfield's Suzanne Litteral, added flavored popcorns and toffees to the foods Indiana Artisan represents.  A 2010 Resolution by the Indiana General Assembly positioned Indiana Artisan to identify, recognize and promote the work of Indiana’s highest-quality art and food artisans and, appropriately, these 14 are the first in 2014 to be recognized