Not only has Jo Quinn struck some gold, but she's taking a rare step for a niche artist - she's showing everyone else how it's done.
Not just in the professionalism from the self-confessed perfectionist who has seen her business Lil Bluebird - which is put together with partner Jed Ford - boom, but she's throwing the bonnet up and showing punters how the operation works under the hood.
Ms Quinn and Mr Ford have gone gangbusters putting together resin art, with three markets over the long weekend - in Orange, Dubbo and Molong - all going "really, really well".
"I used to work in mining doing compliance and auditing and decided to take a break and do something fun because I never had any time to do art of any kind," she said.
Making Lil Bluebird was never going to be anything other than a business, and after placing a few on Buy/Swap/Sell pages on Facebook to get the moving, the jump to Afterpay and social media was natural for the "perfectionist".
However, she's still surprised at the demand for gift boxes, grazing boards and more, but said the appeal comes down to how different they all are.
"I think it's different. They sort of resemble each other, there's no rhyme or reason to [the pattern] sometimes, I can have an idea of what I want but often there's no clue," she said.
Ms Quinn said despite creating the art being "simple in theory", it was difficult technically - but workshops, which have been selling out, were walking people across Orange through the whole process.
"I'm a big believer in sharing so we started doing workshops," she said.
"We have a fun one where you come along and make one, and then an in-depth one where I tell you everything.
"What tape I use, how long it takes, tips and tricks you don't find online, cheap versions, places you have to spend the money.
"I'm a naturally frugal person and spending $9 for a roll of blue tape is exorbitant for me but it's the only one that works. I've tried every other cheap one but it's letting them know not to waste money on stuff that doesn't work."
The workshops have been just as popular as the actual art itself, and Ms Quinn said whenever she sets one up they sell out in days.
Head to @lilbluebirdart on social media for more information.
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