A Copper Alliance Member
The Whimsical Way of Watchcraft: Watchmaker Eduardo Milieris relies on the beauty of copper and brass to create his unique line of handcrafted watches, which have caught the eye of collectors and celebrities in galleries worldwide.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of bronze sculptor Brian Chessmar, discover the alchemy of Melinda Jacobson's stained glass works, view new works by copper wire artist Angie Simonsen, find copper events, and more.
The Legacy of Zildjian Cymbals Signature Sound Lives On: Famous bands from The Beatles to The Who have relied on the signature copper sound of Zildjian cymbals, which have grown to become one of the oldest businesses in the country.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the electroforming copper art of Nancy Worden, discover the signature copper glow of Archive Designs home accent sculptures, view the industrial jewelry designs of Emanuela Aureli, find copper events and more.
Sci-Fi Meets Tech in Conte’s World: Copper artist Christopher Conte's unique line of steampunk-styled moving sculptures blurs the line between man and machine.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of Drury Lane, check out the steampunk style LED rings of TheArtistSandbox, view the industrial jewelry of Whim Originals, find copper events and more.
The Handcrafted Legacy of Lawson Horns Lives On: Founder Walter Lawson's extensive experimentation with heat treatments and unique copper alloys gives each Lawson Horn instrument its characteristic sound quality.
Also in this Issue: Get a first look at the newest US-made saxophone by Powell, learn about the unique sound of copper Zenfire Picks, view the classical copper jewelry of Gilded Days, find copper events and more.
Continuing the Copper Legacy of Roycroft: The Roycroft Campus in East Aurora, NY continues the legacy of craft workers, artists and coppersmiths that helped shape the the Arts and Crafts movement in the United States.
Also in this Issue: Learn about the rare cookware of Four-and-Twenty Blackbird Kitchen Antiques, discover the early copper coins collected by Shawn Yancy, view antique copper pieces by Copperton Lane, find copper events, and more.
Frank Stella: Copper and Canvas Converge: A recent exhibition of the great American painter, printmaker and sculptor Frank Stella at the L&M Arts Gallery in New York City gave viewers a rare glimpse into the artist’s copper work, which some say helped pave the way for the Minimalist Art movement.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the bronze furniture art of Gary Magakis, view new works by Charles McBride White, learn about the latest Cy Twombly exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, view the metal sculpture work of Steve Shelby, find copper events, and more.
Gardens Light Up with Grant Massey’s Copper Creatures: When Grant Massey found himself wanting to shift out of his occupation as a contractor, serendipity struck, and his new career as a copper artist was born.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of Sycamore Creek Copper Garden Furnishings, discover the copper art of Blazer Studios, view the latest works by Haw Creek Forge, find copper events, and more.
The Fired Copper Works of Kara Young: After a tragic fire in her community, artist Kara Young found inspiration in the burned rolls of copper she discovered, changing her life forever.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the plein air copper works of Renee Lammers, go inside the studio of copper weaver and wall artist David Paul Bacharach, view the luminous copper paintings of Linda Leviton, find copper exhibitions, and more.
Making History: The Civil War Reproductions of Hanover Brass: Hanover Brass continues the legacy, tradition and art of crafting Civil War buckles.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of Blue Water Copper Works, discover the timely copper reliquary boxes of Grace Gunning, view the whimsical works of Winged Camel Metalworks, find copper events, and more.
A Reverence for Copper and the Slower Melt of Time: Walking the line between form and function, Lacouette's philosophy of time can be seen in each of her handcrafted copper clocks.
Also in this Issue: Meet the copper enamleists behind Kiln Design, get an inside look at Studio 78, learn about the Native American roots of artist Annie Keifert, find copper events, and more.
Rebeca Mojica: Weaver of the Industry: Meet artist Rebecca Mojica, the driving force behind Blue Buddha Boutique, which quickly grew to become one of the nation’s largest suppliers of brass and copper chainmaille jewelry.
Also in this Issue: Check out the train tracked penny art of Lorna Leedy, get an inside look at MinusOne, discover the wearable art of metalsmith Jamie Spinello, view the country's oldest cent coin, and more.
Lower East Side Printshop: Working Side by Side with the Artist Community: Since 1968, The Lower East Side Printshop has become a creative Zeitgeist for emerging artists and the artistic community that’s evolved around the New York City printmaking scene.
Also in this Issue: Get an inside look at the studio of Evan Summer, learn about the history of intaglio printmaking, view the ecclectic work of copper artist Matthew Smith, find copper events, and more.