There's no question that Woodstock, New York is a happening place. In fact, this rural gem of a community has been attracting artists for well over a century, thanks in large part to the Woodstock Art Colony.
The Virginia Quilt Museum is presenting four exhibits during the third phase of its 2017 exhibition calendar, from Sept. 5 to Dec. 16.
At first blush, paint by numbers artwork may bring to mind memories of childhood. However, today vintage paint by number is popular as a collectible and element of design.
Not one, not two, but 19 new world records for duck decoy prices were set during Copley Fine Art Auction's recent Sporting Auction.
Three wooden carvings of spiritual figures dating to the 15th century are among the uncommon lots featured in Thomaston Place Auction Galleries Summer Auction, Aug. 25-27.
In the midst of wartime conflicts and during recovery from the wounds of war, military servicemen of the 18th and 19th centuries skillfully transformed worn-out military uniforms and blankets into quilts. An exhibition of such quilts opens Sept. 6 in New York.
A whale's tooth with an elaborate scrimshaw scene of the late 18th century ships, done by engraver Edward Burdett, set a record when it realized $456,000 during Eldred's Marine Sale July 20.
There is a practice within jewelry making where elements of nature are celebrated for their singular attributes and their role in the ensemble. We explore this world, the world of studio jewelry.
Members of the Vintage Tablecloth Lovers Club are showing and sharing their love of tablecloths in a big way, by developing an extensive database devoted to tablecloths.