The Brass Tacks of Steampunk
Inspired by the Victorian era, the new wave of steampunk artists rely on brass and copper to modernize the past.
- Erickson Birdhouses: Weathering the Seasons Beautifully
- Copperhand Studio: In Partnership with Nature
- Ruth Shapiro: Symbols of Judaica in Metal
- Christie's Presents: Historical Design Reflects-The East 61st Street Years
Meet the Signature Copper Artists of Artist House
Meet the signature artists of the Artisan House, a metalsmith studio that was formed by noted jewelry maker Jerry Fels and his brother-in-law Curtis Freiler in 1964 with the mission of creating affordable fine art for the home collector.
- J Crocker Designs: Shedding an Eco Friendly Light on Copper
- Roland Hockett: Experiments with Copper
- The Wurlitzer Brass Pipe Organ Revival at the City Museum
- Bronze by Barye on Exhibit at MIA
Thinking in Metal: Sculptor Richard Hunt
Get an inside look into the studio and work of Chicago-based sculptor Richard Hunt, recent recipient of the International Sculpture Center's Lifetime Achievement Award.
- Shaping the Modern Aesthetic: Emmett Culligan Designs
- The Legacy of Gregorian Copper
- Dick Roberts: From Photography to Metal
- Frick Exhibit Features Copper Daguerreotype Photographs
Speaking the Language of Metal
Ed and Rhoda Mack continue the classical art of blacksmithing while shaping new trends at Fine Architectural Metalsmiths.
- Ward Elicker Casting: New Horizons Provide a Clearer Vision
- The Art and Legacy of Washington Copper Works
- 20th Century Decorative Arts Auction at Bonham's and Butterfields Features Notable Bronze and Copper Works
Grounds for Sculpture: A Marriage of Nature and Art
Renown bronze artist J Seward Johnson created a sanctuary for outdoor art with Grounds for Sculpture.
- Collecting Colonial Era Copper Prints
- America's First Copper Paint
- Depicting Nature in Metal
- Julia Child's Copper Pots Reunited at the Smithsonian
Schtiller & Plevy: A Commitment to Restoring History
Architectural metalsmiths Schtiller & Plevy, Inc. are among only a handful of fully accredited Historic Restoration Contractors in the United States.
- Gregory Nangle: Outcast Studios
- The Movement of Bronze: Andrew DeVries
- Capturing the Wild West Through Bronze
- MET Features Work of Renowned 19th-Century American Sculptor and Metalist Augustus Saint-Gaudens
An Inside Look at Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry
Notable artists Jeff Koons, Nancy Graves, Frank Stella and Louise Bourgeois are just a few sculptors who have had their work cast in bronze at Polich Tallix before being set free at museums, galleries, universities and parks throughout the world.
- Carol B. Saylor: In Her Mind's Eye
- Syed Ahmad: Capturing Fluid Movement in Glass on Copper
- Transcendence Through Copper
The Art of Copper Cupolas
Copper cupolas have prolifically chronicled thousands of years in an array of artistic forms and functions – from their storied Roman era roofs to their presence today, thanks to the continued fascination from today s architects, homeowners, and historians.
- Mystical Creations Jewelry Artist Tara Helwig
- Dennis Cordeiro's Unique Copper Fish
- The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York
- SFMOMA Unveils New Rooftop Sculpture Garden
Valentin Yotkov: Continuing the Master Craft of Repoussé
Master metalsmith Valentin Yotkov keeps the ancient art of repousee alive, continuing this legacy for the next generation of copper artists.
- UB Arts Sheds New Light on Reclaimed Copper
- Miel-Margarita Paredes Imaginatively Reinterprets Our World
- Time is the Essence: American Clock & Watch Museum
- Cast in Bronze: French Sculpture from Renaissance to Revolution on View at Met
Copper Weather Vanes: Then and Now
Today s copper weathervanes stand as a glorious symbol of American folk art.
- Copper Moon Woodworks: Shedding New Light on Windowshutters
- Making Cents: The First Designs and Future of the Copper Cent
- Andy Brinkley: Fusing Nature into Metal
- Cantor Expands Rodin Galleries
Kaleidoscoping Copper: Alan and Andy Tolley
Brothers Alan and Andy Tolley use a kaleidoscope patina effect to create functional copper works of art.
- Fit for a King's Dog: Collier Leeds
- Mountain Metalsmiths: Reflecting Nature's Beauty with Copper
- Copper Arts Museum to Open in Clarkdale
- George Segal on View at the Nasher Sculpture Center
StudioEIS Brings History to Life through Bronze
Known for their trademark realism and real-life impressionistic bronze works, StudioEIS has grown to become one of the nation's leading 3D design and fabrication studios.
- Fountains by Design
- Mike Dumas Copper Designs: Where Old World Meets Southwest
- Stickley's Copper Arts & Crafts: History Hewn and Hammered
- 19th Annual Celebration of Fine Art in Scottsdale