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.
- Willi Singleton: Leading the Slow Clay Movement
- Courtney Fischer Jewelry: Expressions of Color and Texture
- Debby & Joel Arem: Three Ring Circuits
- Art Institute of Chicago Announces Major Acquisition of an Early 17th Century Copper Painting
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.
- Brian Western: Giving New Life To Bottles Through Stained Glass
- Copperista: Uniquely Handcrafted Copper Creations from Amy Volchok
- Shop Profile: Signs of the Times: Atlas Signs and Plaques
- Frank Lloyd Wright Copper Urn and Other Rarities up for Auction at Christies
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.
- Suzanne Donazetti: Free Falling for Copper
- Rare New Hampshire Colonial Copper Finds a New Past
- Modern Abstract Decor: Melding Modern Art and Science
- Monumental Matisse Sculpture up for Auction at Christie's
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.
- Make Your Dog Smile: Custom Copper Pet Tags Made with Love
- Purpose and Re-Purpose: The Reclaimed Copper Art of Shaw Lakey
- Julie Joy Saypoff: Communicating The Energy of Emotion Through Copper
- Bronze Sculptor Ken Newman Chosen for Top North American Juried Art Exhibitions
Restoring the de Young Museum with Copper
After a tragic earthquake, San Francisco's M. H. de Young Museum was reborn under the direction of visionary design firm Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Mueron, clad with with more than 7,000 copper panels.
- Ozarklake Distinct Decor
- The Rodin Museum and Garden Landscape Rejuvenation Project
- Native Trails: Elevating the Functional to High Art
- Meet Dave Jones of MADE
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.
- The Invention of the Daguerreotype Process
- Picture it Perfect: Kinetic Copper Sprinklers
- Susan Venable Studio: Ancient to Abstract Constructions
- Arline Fisch: Creatures from the Deep
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.
- Ginny Ruffer: Finding Art in the Everyday
- Meet Metalsmith Henry Litchfield
- Sue Runyon Designs: Handcrafted Jewelry Inspired by Nature
- Tiffany Exhibit Makes the Only U.S. Stop in Richmond
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.
- Julia Child's Copper Pots: A Homecoming in Copper
- Dana Draper: Painting with Patinas
- Huan Public Copper Sculpture to Debut in San Francisco’s Civic Center
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.
- Phoebe Adams Fine Art: Finding the Balance
- Gary Rosenthal Collection: Contemporary Judaica Art Rooted in Tradition
- Rob Koehl: Serendipity Through Copper
- Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University Receives Two Major Bronze Sculpture Acquisitions
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.
- Sandy Jackson Fine Art: Reflecting Life Through Copper
- Artterro: Handcrafted Copper Kits for Kids
- Pete McCaskill: Inspired by Copper
- Herb Alpert Bronze Exhibit at Ace Gallery
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.
- Arizona Copper: Home of Copper Ken
- Kindred Spirit Designs: Creating Rainbows on Copper
- The Beautiful History of Capital Copper
- Spirit and Form: Michele Oka Doner at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
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.
- Anita DiPietro Designs
- Luster Metal Works: Transforming Metal
- Speaking Through Copper
- Automata: Contemporary Mechanical Sculpture