Little Journeys

Monday Morning Musings

Leigh Ann and I live in a typical, split-level ranch house. What makes it not so typical is that it sits on top of a wooded knoll in the middle of a fifteen-acre farm with spectacular views of Mt. Pisgah and the Blue Ridge Mountains, twenty…

Memories of a Friday Night Auction

Writing about the history of the Grove Park Inn – Roycroft chair brought back memories of my early years in Asheville, chasing down the elusive chairs. Back in 1989, after a few months on the Asheville scene, I had established my formula:…

Susan Futterman is my hero.

Tenacious, passionate, determined, at times downright in-your-face, Susan Futterman has brought to the attention of thousands of people the life, artistry and importance of one of the most talented artists of the Arts & Crafts era –…

Working Together: Our First Project

If you flipped through the flimsy catalog for the first Arts & Crafts Conference held at the Grove Park Inn back in 1988, it would make you smile. There were no Small Group Discussions, no exhibits in the Great Hall, no walking tours,…

Using Technology To Bring Us Together

Welcome to Arts & Crafts Collector – and thank you! I hope you have enjoyed what you have seen so far. Like many of you, I have been an Arts & Crafts collector for several years. Like all of you, my home consists of a little bit…

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