Lonnie Mimms is transforming his interest in early technology, computers specifically, into a destination experience in the Computer Museum of America. Antique Trader contributor Greg Bates recently caught up with him to learn more.
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.
Prior to being auctioned by Theriault’s in a spectacular July event, Shirley Temple's personal memorabilia collection is taking a nationwide museum tour.
“Days of the Pioneers,” a premier antique show and sale, will make its debut Sept. 14-15 at the Museum of Appalachia, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate.
An exhibition exploring the rich interactions between pictorial and garden arts in China across more than 1,000 years will be on view Aug. 18, 2012, through Jan. 6, 2013, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Works of one of Oklahoma’s favorite potters, John Frank, are featured in a new exhibition, Oklahoma Clay: Frankoma Pottery, which opened April 20, at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
Made between 1818 and 1830, dark blue printed historical America transferwares are highly regarded because they illustrate important places and commemorate historical events of the early republic.
For almost 140 years, the original metal and glass Victorian-style skylights above the Art Gallery at St. Johnsbury Athenaeum protected one of the most prized art collections in the country from the unpredictable weather of northern New England.
Kaminski Auctions discovered a very rare 47 star American flag celebrating New Mexico's entry into the Union. Recovered from an attic in Salem, Mass., this well-preserved 47 star wool and muslin American flag is one of a few 47 Star flags ever made. New Mexico was admitted to the Union as...