Rockefeller Center Basks in Bronze During the Holiday Season
Get an Inside look into NYC’s most well known sculpture, created by artist Paul Manship in 1934, as part of John D. Rockefeller’s unwavering vision to bring an arts and culture epicenter to Manhattan more than 80 years ago
- Collaborating with Copper through Nature
- New Exhibit at The Jewish Museum Showcases More than 80 Rare Hannukah Lamps
- Trumpets, Weird and Wonderful Showcases the Art of Brass Instruments
- Armenian Museum of America Opens New Gallery
Copper King’s Art Collection Plays Role in Montana's History
After an extensive two-year process, rare artworks collected by William Andrews Clark, aka “The Copper King”, are returning to his home state of Montana to be part of an exclusive exhibition at Montana Museum of Art & Culture.
- Fisher Forging His Way Into Homes
- Money Museum Showcases Million Dollar 1943 Cent
- The Body Transformed Examines the Purpose and Power of Jewelry
- San Antonio Zoo Raises Awareness of White Rhino Extinction with Iconic Bronze Sculpture
Free Spirited Copper Creations
Handcrafted copper jewelry maker Michelle DaRin converted a vintage Airstream into the ultimate artist’s retreat and studio---just steps from her home in Upstate New York.
- Buddy Knight, A Metal Artist in the True Western Tradition
- Rare Multi-Million Dollar Misprint Penny Displayed at Philadelphia World's Fair of Money
- Rare Remington Sculptures Gifted to Newark Museum
- Constantin Brancusi Sculpture Exhibition Debuts at MoMA
Marfa: Where Texas, Copper and Culture Collide
The small town of Marfa, TX is home to some of the country’s most notable copper and bronze artists, but only if you know where to look.
- Daguerreotypes: Five Decades of Collecting Debuts at the Smithsonian
- Electroformed Copper Jewelry with Violet Forest Creations
- Midori Tsukada Exhibition at Ippodo Gallery
- Heavy Metal Exhibit Showcases Women in the Arts
The Art of Crafting Copper Currency
Despite representing the smallest denomination of currency, copper played an important role in marking the inception of cents produced by the United States’ first national mint.
- Functional Artwork for the Home in Copper
- The Precision and Magic of Copperpoint Drawing: A Visit with Artist Susan Schwalb
- La Femme Boheme: In Tune with Gems, Brass and Copper
- Rare Andrew Lord Bronzes on view at Gladstone64
Arthur Carter: Geometry and Copper Collide
After 25 years as an investment banker and businessman, Arthur Carter started a new chapter as a fine artist, finding success with his geometric themed sculptures made of silicon bronze and copper.
- Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice Across Asia
- Foraging for Vera’s Iron and Vine
- Frog Hollow Craft Association and Gallery: Shining the Spotlight on Metal Artists in Vermont and Beyond
- Figurative Oils Merge with The Intrinsic Beauty of Oxidized Copper