Bi-monthly, Copper in the Arts delivers compelling profiles and articles highlighting American-produced copper, bronze and brass artisans, along with intriguing articles detailing the artistic history of these metals. In addition to showcasing up and coming copper artisans, Copper in the Arts also provides detailed overviews of copper-related exhibitions from across the country.
Rockefeller Center Basks in Bronze During the Holiday Season
Get an Inside look into NYC’s most well known sculpture, created by artist Paul Manship in 1934, as part of John D. Rockefeller’s unwavering vision to bring an arts and culture epicenter to Manhattan more than 80 years ago
- Collaborating with Copper through Nature
- New Exhibit at The Jewish Museum Showcases More than 80 Rare Hannukah Lamps
- Trumpets, Weird and Wonderful Showcases the Art of Brass Instruments
- Armenian Museum of America Opens New Gallery