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ChemArt: Beautiful Memories Etched in Brass: Known for creating the famous annual White House Christmas ornament, ChemArt has been designing and producing etched brass keepsakes for people and companies all over the world since 1976.
Also in this Issue: Go inside the studio of potter Willi Singleton, discover the copper art of Courtney Fischer, view the geek-chic copper circuitboard work of Three Ring Circuits, find copper events, and more.
Tom Otterness’ Life Underground: As opposed to public art that is very self-aware of its grandeur and sophistication, Otterness’ bronze installation at the 14th St. Substation in New York City unfolds gently into the everyday comings and goings of millions of people.
Also in this Issue: Discover the work of Copperista Amy Volchok, learn about Atlas Signs' unique way of coating copper, discover the spirited work of reclaimed stained glass artist Brian Western, find copper events, and more.
Arline Fisch: Crafting Whimsy While Pioneering Art: Copper artist Arline Fisch takes inspiration from the nearby waters of Lake Michigan, crafting a seascape of delicately woven ocean creatures made with color-coated copper wire that looks similar to yarn.
Also in this Issue: Discover the science-minded copper works of Modern Abstract Decor, learn about a rare colonial copper plate that was linked to Paul Revere, view new work by three-dimensional artist Suzanne Donazetti, get the latest on an upcoming Christie's auction featuring a rare Matisse sculpture, find copper events and more.
Excalibur Bronze Sculpture Foundry: Using a 6,000 Year Old Method in Today's World: Started in 1967 by William Gold, the Excalibur Bronze Sculpture Foundry in Brooklyn has grown to cast some of the country's most notable sculptures and architectural restorations, including New York City’s Grand Central Station, The Helmsley Building and The New York Public Library to name a few.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of copper sculptor Julie Joy Sadoff, view the latest work by reclaimed copper artist Saw Lackey, discover Tessa Long's copper Pet ID tags, find copper events, and more.
Restoring the de Young Museum with Copper: After a tragic earthquake, San Francisco's de Young Museum was reborn under the direction of visionary design firm Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, clad with more than 7,000 copper panels.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at Made copper artist Dave Jones, view work by Ozarklake, meet the artisans behind Native Trails, find copper events and more.
The Metal Museum: Providing the Tools for a New Generation of Coppersmiths: The Metal Museum, the only organization of its kind in the country, is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and creation of fine metalwork.
Also in this Issue: Learn about the intricate process of Sue Venable's weaved copper works, discover the lost art of Daguerreotype, get an inside look at the kinetic copper lawn art of Jim and Nancy Ziccarelli, find copper events and more.
The Water Studio: The Alchemy of Copper, Fire and Water: For more than twenty years, the team at Water Studio in Culver City, CA, have been creating large-scale copper art pieces that seamlessly play off the dichotomy of the elements, bringing a touch of nature inside some of the country's most notable buildings.
Also in this Issue: Discover the copper art of sculptor Ginny Ruffner, get an inside look inside the studio of metalsmith Sue Runyon, view the work of jewelry artist Henry Litchfield, find copper events, and more.
High Art: Perspectives of a Roofer Turned Copper Artist: As a roofer, Timothy Spillane gained a hands-on appreciation for copper over the years, which serendipitously drew him into the world of copper arts.
Also in this Issue: Discover the new Julia Child copper pot exhibit at the Smithsonian, get an inside look at Dana Draper's copper panels, learn about the whimsical work of Lyall's Labors, find copper art events, and more.
Nicholas Toth Dives Deep into His Grandfather's Art: For nearly a hundred years, Anthony Lerios and his grandson Nicholas Toth have handcrafted beautiful copper and brass diving helmets that have become exquisite examples of maritime art in their own right.
Also in this Issue: Go inside the studio of bronze sculptor Phoebe Adams, learn about the Judaica art of Gary Rosenthal, view work by copper Rob Koehl, find copper events and more.
Getzen: The Music of Metal: Synonymous with fine brass musical instruments, the Getzen family has been creating handcrafted trumpets, cornets, trombones, and fluegelhorns since 1939.
Also in this Issue: Discover the emotionally-inspired patinated art of Sandy Jackson, get a look inside the studio of copper sculptor Peter McCaskill, learn about the eco-friendly art kits if Artterro, find copper events, and more.
John S. Brana Designs: Adding a New Sheen to Contemporary Jewelry: In an industry founded on the classic value of semi-precious metals and gemstones, John S. Brana’s choice of non-traditional materials like copper, bronze and aluminum gives a new sheen to the jewelry industry.
Also in this Issue: Discover the torched copper work of Kindred Spirits, get an inside look at Arizona Copper, learn about North Carolina's reclaimed Capital Building Art, find copper events, and more.
Kinetic Art: Copper in Motion: While the materials in kinetic art are as diverse as the power they use, metals such as copper and brass have long been a natural choice for this sculptural form of art.
Also in this Issue: Discover the organic forms of copper jewelry artist Ani DiPietro, get an inside look at the new kinetic exhibit Automata, meet Susan Harbourt of Luster Metal Works, find copper events and more.