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.
- Monumental Bronze: The Sculpture of Brian Chessmar
- Melinda Jacobson: Creating Beautiful Partnerships with Glass And Copperfoil
- Commemorative JFK Bronze Sculpture Unveiled in Fort Worth, TX
- Angie Simonsen: Unique Style Is The Foundation for Weirdly Wired Jewelry
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.
- Slow and Steady: Nancy Worden’s Electroformed Jewelry
- Archive Designs Warms the Glow in Home Accents
- Metal Jewelry with a Sensuous Richness that Longs to Be Touched
- Frederic Remington's Lifetime Casts of Bronzes in Rare Exhibition at Sid Richardson Museum
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.
- The Electrifying Copper of Drury Lane Studios
- The ArtistSandbox: LED NightLight Rings Illuminate Evening Hours Between Copper and Brass
- Whim Originals: Unique Jewelry with An Industrial Edge
- Masterworks by Tiffany Studios from the Geyer Family Collection to be Offered at Sotheby's
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.
- Super Sax Back
- Zenfire Guitar Picks: Exploring the Unique Sounds of Copper
- Gilded Days: Antique Sheet Music Finetuned by Copper
- New Works by April Wood on View at Austin's AMOA-Arthouse
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.
- Bringing New Life to Early Culinary Copper
- The Lure of Curiously Historic Coins Minted from Copper
- Copperton Lane: Specializing in Antique to Mid-Century Copper Items
- Princeton University of Art Unveils Monumental Bronze Sculptures by Ai Weiwei
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.
- Shelbyvision: Timeless Celebration of Nature in Brass or Copper
- Gary Magakis: The Warm Comfort of Furniture in Bronze
- Charles McBride White: Sculptor of the Elements
- Cy Twombly's Final Planned Bronze Installation Goes on View at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
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.
- Love at First Weld
- Blazer Studios: Handmade Copper Art for the Garden
- Bringing Beauty and Style to Backyard Gardens
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.
- When Innovative Processes Combine, The Result Is Breathtaking
- Weaving His Way Through Copper: David Paul Bacharach
- Renee Lammers: Plein Air Copper Painter
- First Look at Antico's Rare Renaissance Sculpture on View at The Frick Collection
Making History: The Civil War Reproductions of Hanover Brass
Hanover Brass continues the legacy, tradition and art of crafting Civil War buckles.
- Nothing Fishy: The Copper Work of R. Hanes Hoffman
- Cincinnati Art Museum Welcomes New Bronze Sculpture
- Grace Gunning: Capturing Time, Box by Box
- Winged Camel Metalworks: Functional Copper Artwork with Unique, Whimsical Figures
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.
- Kiln Design: Old School in the Natural World
- Studio 78: Artistic And Functional Hand Painted Furniture Enhanced with Copper
- Inspired by the Past: The Copper Art of Annie Keifert
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.
- A Penny for Lorna Leedy's Thoughts
- Jamie Spinello Metalworks: Wearable Fashion Art Creations
- One of the First Crafted Copper Pennies Fetches Unprecedented $1.38 Million
- MinusOne: Contemporary Copper Jewelry with a Vintage Twist
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.
- Evan Summer: The Fine Art of Intaglio
- Quincy Pond Print Works: Past Lives Brought into Focus
- New Show at Washington Printmakers Gallery Features Work by the New York Society of Etchers
- This History of Intaglio