May 17, 2022

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Miami's Arteza part of artistic renaissance during coronavirus

Amy Martinez | 10/28/2020

The coronavirus, with its lockdowns and quarantines, has spawned a new generation of artistic hobbyists, driving up sales at Arteza, an e-commerce company based in North Miami Beach.

“We believe there’s a bit of a creative renaissance that’s happening,” says Arteza CEO Brenda Freeman. “Creators of all types are reaching out for digital platforms while they’ve been working from home to express themselves.”

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