Bi-monthly, Copper in the Arts delivers compelling profiles and articles highlighting American-produced copper, bronze and brass artisans, along with intriguing articles detailing the artistic history of these metals. In addition to showcasing up and coming copper artisans, Copper in the Arts also provides detailed overviews of copper-related exhibitions from across the country.
Thomas Edison and the Role of Copper in His Inventions
Born in Milan, Ohio, on February 11, 1847, Thomas Edison become one of the world's most notable visionaries, often using copper to bring his inventions to life.
- Deliziare’s Whimsical Wire Work
- Sio Metalworks: Modern Copper Works Inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement
- Spiritiles: Depict the Art and Wisdom of Everyday Life
- Rodin: The Human Experience at Michener Museum