Attendees of the 29th National Arts & Crafts Conference, February 19-21st, are in for a real treat. They have first pick of the limited number of seats available for a special evening with the Asheville Art Museum as they welcome speaker Martha R. Severens who will be presenting, Artists Make a Difference: The Creative Spark that Transformed Old Charleston. This long-time Saturday evening Conference weekend staple is always a treat for those attendees that wish to explore...
Original Roycroft Copper Catalogs, lamps, vases, Karl Kipp, modeled leather, more. Sold individually.
Maker: Roycroft, Roycrofters
Date made: 1910-1929
I received a phone call last week from a couple who will be attending the Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn for the first time this coming February.
“We’ve known about it for years,” she explained, “but we had to wait until the kids were older. So, this is our year.”
Naturally they had a few questions about the conference, which I was able to answer, but then the conversation shifted to another popular Asheville destination.
Briwax products, including the Briwax wax, Sheradale, Liming Wax Shellac Sealer, Teak and Danish Oil, steel wool, and Lustersheen Oil Free Steel wool.
The Pasadena Museum of California Art has the Arts & Crafts Community in mind once again as they masterfully present, Of Cottages and Castles: The Art of California Faience. It is open through April 3rd, 2016.
One of the longest enduring art potteries in California, the distinctive works of California Faience, established in Berkeley in 1913 (briefly called The Tile Shop), were born out of a partnership between two former college classmates, William Bragdon and...