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Copperland: Decking The Halls with Copper: An inside look at the history of Copperland, one of America’s first arts and crafts stores.
Also in this Issue: Discover the ancient art of Julie Glassman's enamel jewelry, go inside the studio of Richard Gill, learn about a rare ancient bronze artifact found in Alaska, find copper events, and more.
Miila Studios: The Warmth of Bronze in Tile: The artists at Miila Studios blend bronze and glass to create an individual work of art in each tile.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the nature-inspired work of Ed Sharp, discover the brilliant copper penny floor at one of New York's most iconic restaurants, view the latest copper wall sculptures of Nicholas Yust, find copper events, and more.
Jimenez Sculpture: The Beauty Is in The Copper Detail: Cynthia Jimenez’s anatomically-perfect skeletons are created using thousands of threads of copper wire, each taking up to a year to complete.
Also in this Issue: Discover the combustible copper art of Rusty Oliver, get an inside look at the studio of metal artist Greg Wilbur, view new works by sculptor Greg Christopherson, view a rare copper plate piece by Salvador Dali, find copper events, and more.
Tallmadge Doyle: Shifting the Focus from Print to Plate: After more than 25 years of printmaking and painting. Tallmadge Doyle’s new show turns your attention back to the copper plates that started it all.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of Melissa Strawser, discover the whimsical copper art of Elizabeth Emison Metalworks, view the latest installation by Alison Saar, find copper events and more.
On the Road to High Art: Copper Mike’s Artisan Motorcycles: From Lady Gaga to the West Village, Copper Mike’s line of artisan, copper adorned motorcycles are works of art in their own right.
Also in this Issue: Discover the vast copper landscapes of Keith Jacobshagen, learn about Copper Garden’s nature-inspired sculptures, meet foundry owner and sculptor Gina Michaels, get a sneak preview of the new Steampunk book by Art Donovan, find copper events and more.
Karina Keri-Matuszak: Finding Herself in the Abstract: From local artist to international success, Karina Keri-Matuszak took her copper abstract paintings to the next level by finding just the right balance of business and creativity.
Also in this Issue: View bronze work by Marilyn Ines Rodriguez, get an inside look at the nature-inspired sculptures of Jan Rosetta, learn about the custom copper maps by artist Chris Zielski, find copper events, and more.
Glenna Goodacre: Sculpting American History: From the copper Sacagawea coin to her famous presidential bronzes, artist Glenna Goodacre has been one of America’s most iconic historical sculptors.
Also in this Issue: Discover the unique patina work of Joycelyn Boudreaux, get an inside look at Redsmith Studio, learn about the multidimensional work of Nancy Scheinman, find copper events and more.
Michael Worthington's Lucky Penny Art: Michael Worthington's visionary lucky penny art gives new meaning to found art.
Also in this Issue: Get a look inside the foundry of Ronnie Frostad, view bronze works by Linda Brunker, discover Greg Leavitt's hand-forged copper art, find copper events, and more.
A Sense of Eternity: The Bronze Work of Peter Harper: Bronze artist Peter Harper has cast the faces of 237 people from all walks of life; the CEO of Siemens, an ex-con, the captain of the Los Angeles Police Department, a waiter at a restaurant. It is this sense of capturing the similarities and diversity present within all our faces that appealed to him most.
Also in this Issue: Check out the mixed metal jewelry work of Copper Sonja, get an inside look at the studio of sculptor Jimmy Patridge, view work by Darby Patterson, learn about the new copper wing at the UA Museum, find copper events, and more.
Artist Jim Sanborn: Cracking the Code of Copper Art: Artist Jim Sanborn embedded four messages into his aptly-named “Kryptos,” sculpture, which has turned the copper artwork into a cultish obsession for code-crackers worldwide.
Also in this Issue: Discover the organically-crafted copper panels of Bruce McCall, watch a video of Sharon DeLong at work at SLD Designs, learn about a rare bronze exhibit at the Getty Museum, find copper events, and more.
The Mica Lamp Company: Beautiful Lighting Inspired by Turn-of-the-Century Craftsmanship: By reviving the original old-world methods of forming copper, forging iron and hammer-driven riveting, The Mica Lamp Company creates copper lamps that are practical as well as beautiful.
Also in this Issue: Discover the braille art of Kelly Fehr, get an inside look at the studio of 2 Roses, view examples of copper trench art, find copper events and more.
Cast in the Imagination: The Large Format Bronze Work of Susan P. Cochran: The work of sculptor Susan P. Cochran takes you into a world that is larger than life, by magnifying the everyday through bronze.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at Moran/Brown's abstract copper wall art, Copper Rose's detailed chasing art pieces, Fallen Angel's unique black brass, Penn State's latest Steampunk exhibit, and more.