We are pleased to announce Initiatives in Arts and Culture's upcoming conference, Multiple Modernities: From Richardson to Wright and Beyond The Arts and Crafts Movement in Pittsburgh and Environs, which is taking place Thursday, September 17th - Sunday, September 20th. They have an early-bird registration rate, which expires July 17th, so don't hesitate to make your reservation's immediately after reading this article as this is a great event you don't want to miss!
A Fine Pair of Arts & Crafts Bookends from California. Signed Stahler Arts. Albert Stahler (1881-1952) was active in Riverside, California and created the hand wrought Bronze doors for the Mission Inn. Great look and quite rare.
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Date made: 1930's
Dimensions: These bookends measure about 6 1/2" tall and 5" across.
Located about twenty miles south of Asheville, the small town of Hendersonville, North Carolina, population 13,500, is easy to overlook. Like Asheville, it sprang up nearly two centuries ago as an overnight stop for cattle and hog drovers working their way from steamy South Carolina up toward Tennessee and points further north. Their early trails were later replaced by concrete highways and steel ribbons of railroad tracks, but Hendersonville remained far enough removed from...
Specializing in custom Arts and Crafts lighting and furniture based on original forms, Craftsmen Studio creates heirloom quality reproductions using hand selected lumber, traditional joinery, and quality finishes.
Ever since our launch in January of 2010, we have steadily grown to over 34,000 readers a month (and climbing!). And we thought that, since there are so many new folks, we would re-introduce ourselves and show you around a bit! Here at ArtsAndCraftsCollector.com, we have many ways to stay on top of the latest news centered around the Arts and Crafts Movement and Revival. Here then, for your reading and exploratory pleasure over the course of your Independence Day...