Treasured Timepieces: Handcrafted Luxury Clocks in Brass
This Massachusetts-based heirloom clock company has handcrafted custom brass clocks for every president dating back to Truman.
- From Arizona to the World: The Colors of Copper Art Competition
- Freeport Art Plaza Unveils New Sculpture
- Rare Angel Weathervane To Be Auctioned By Christie’s
E.S. Spencer Schubert: An Artist’s Path to Portraiture in Bronze
E.S. Spencer Schubert’s lifelong journey to bronze portraiture taught him that repetition, intention and time are the keys to learning and perfecting his craft.
- Modern Gothic: The Inventive Furniture of Kimbel and Cabus, 1863–82 Opens at Brooklyn Museum
- Paul Dempsey: Pushing the Boundaries with Copper
- Richard Hunt: Returning to His Roots
Art Omi: Showcasing the True Nature of Sculpture
Since its founding in 1992, Art Omi Sculpture & Architecture Park has hosted more than 2,000 artists from more than 100 countries, showcasing the work of some of the best bronze and copper sculptures across the globe.
- Randolph Rose Collection: Creating Bronze Legacies that Stand the Test of Time
- The Whimsical Wildlife Bronzes of Pokey Park
- Rare 1900s Gilded Native American Weathervane Auctioned
- Rare 19th-Century Bronze Vase Designed by Thomas Hope Discovered in Oklahoma Collection
The American Folk Art Museum Explores Weathervanes as a Symbol of Classic Americana
A new exhibit at the American Folk Art Museum spotlights the integral role copper played in the history of weathervanes.
- The Monumental Legacy of Bronze Sculptor Seward Johnson
- Bronze Wings of the City Exhibit Tours America
- Scott Hemphill: In Service of Art
- Two Monumental Copper Sculptures Join Forces at Philadelphia Museum
Preserving American History One Watch at a Time
The intricate bronze and copper pocket watches made over a century ago are at the core of Vortic Watch Company’s mission to preserve American history through vintage watch restoration.
- Rare Grant Wood Copper Sculpture Revealed at CRMA
- Rachel Rose Dazey: Connected Through Copper
- Studio G7: A Lineage of Copper
- Fort Worth’s Modern Art Museum Acquires New 7-foot Bronze
History Cast in Copper
Copper is a standout in the history of America’s most famous bell, the Liberty Bell, best known for being a symbol of freedom and justice.
- Toledo Museum of Art Adds Two Monumental Sculptures
- Deb Zeller: Capturing the Legacy of Family and Agribusiness Through Bronze
- Mr. Rogers Sculpture Unveiled at Rollins College
- George and Gerard Tsutakawa: A Family Legacy Shaping the Seattle Identity