The exhibit that will most likely attract Arts & Crafts devotees is the rustic furniture gallery, which includes many types of Arts & Crafts furniture.
Blue Mountain Lake, New York 12812
Arts & Crafts Society of Central New York
The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of the Arts and Crafts Movement through a schedule of lectures, symposia, tours and other educational programs.
Syracuse, New York 13217
Arts & Crafts Tours
Arts & Crafts Tours is the oldest company offering individualized, small group tours examining the origins of the movement in Europe. Privileged access to private homes and collections guided by scholars, collectors, and curators. Come join us.
New York, New York 10024
Alburn R. Sleeper has specialized in Roycroft style jewelry and accessories since 1964. Named a Master Level Roycroft Artisan, he works in copper, gold and silver, crafting jewelry for men and women, as well as desk accessories, door & switch plates.
East Aurora, New York
Brooklyn Museum of Art
The museum’s collection of American art pottery includes examples from Rookwood, Grueby and many others.
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Byrdcliffe Art Colony
Byrdcliffe, taken from the middle names of Ralph and Jane, was fully built and operating by the summer of 1903. It had a metalworking shop, a pottery, a woodworking shop, a large studio for Bolton Brown’s art classes, a dairy barn, guest houses, a dormitory for students, and White Pines, the Whitehead’s own house. Unlike the vernacular architecture specific to the Hudson Valley, with its tidy white clapboard farmhouses, Byrdcliffe buildings resembled low rambling Swiss chalets characterized by their dark stained indigenous pine siding, gentle sloping roofs with wide overhangs, and ribbons of windows painted Byrdcliffe blue.
Woodstock, New York 12498
Cooper- Hewitt National Museum of Design, Smithsonian Institution
This museum, which is housed in the Carnegie Mansion (1901), has the most comprehensive collection of wallpaper in the country and includes many examples from the Arts & Crafts era.
New York, New York 10128
Corning Museum of Glass
This museum displays over 25,000 pieces at a time. The focus of the museum is on antique and modern American glass. The highlight for Arts & Crafts visitors is the eleven-foot-high leaded-glass landscape window that was designed by Louis Tiffany in 1905.
Corning, New York 14830
From 1913 until 1916, Gustav Stickley consolidated the editorial offices for “The Craftsman” magazine, Craftsman Workshop, and other businesses in one location, a twelve story skyscraper in Manhattan. Stickley lost his lease on the building when he declared bankruptcy in 1916, but the building still remains and the exterior appears much as it did during Gustav Stickley’s tenure there. Today the ground floor is the home of a bar and restaurant called Butterfield 8, where you can have a drink or dinner in what had once been Gustav Stickley’s retail showroom.
New York, New York
Arts & Crafts style house that was designed and built by Claude Bragdon in 1902. Private Residence.
Rochester, New York 14620
Dalton’s has established itself as a resource for original Arts and Crafts furnishings and decorative accessories. Carefully selected examples of original condition furniture, pottery, art and metalwork for beginning and experienced collectors.
Syracuse, New York 13206
Darwin D. Martin House Complex
A series of houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright between 1903 and 1905. One of the best examples of Prairie school and one of Wright’s most well known works on the East Coast, along with the Guggenheim and Fallingwater.
Buffalo, New York 14214