The legacy of wood turning runs deep in Georgia's Moulthrop family, and its likely that you've seen examples of their exquisite handiwork and may not even know it. We caught up with Philip Moulthrop recently to learn more about this family of wood turning artists.
The memory of Little Miss Miracle, Shirley Temple, will be honored during a book signing and exhibit at the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum of Spencer, North Carolina.
Two summer art exhibitions, “Art of the Everyman" and “Thistles and Crowns,” at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Conn. will explore American material culture including work of untrained early Americans and painted furniture of the 18th century.
The Corning Museum of Glass’ new exhibition “René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass” examines the lifework of the renowned artist, paying tribute to his resilient spirit of innovation.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is hosting a quilter's paradise from April through July, with the opening of the "Quilts and Color" exhibition.
The world has changed quite a lot since the first pieces of Depression-era glassware appeared on the scene, but the fascination with collecting these pieces remains popular. Antique Trader catches up with Ellen Schroy, author of the new edition of Warman's Depression Glass to talk glass.
The traveling version of the National Postal Museum’s “Mail Call” exhibition which explores the history of America’s military postal system and examines the impact it has on troops overseas, is at the first stop (Grapevine, Texas) of its 15-city tour.
Workshops and a presentation about the new Copper Art Museum were among the highlights of this year's annual Copperware Collectors Club meeting in Oct.
Sometimes overlooked for their cultural offerings to society, German immigrant artists like Max Schroeder infused the spirit and pride of the German homeland in the majestic works they created.
Dan Morphy, CEO of Morphy Auctions, announces the appointment of Michael L. Vice as expert consultant in firearms and militaria.