12th Annual Colorado Arts and Crafts Society Dinner Symposium

Colorado Arts & Crafts Society’s Winter Symposium January 21, 2012 Enjoy Arizona metalmaster Fred Zweig’s daytime workshop and evening presentation over dinner at the Colorado Arts and Crafts Society’s annual Winter Symposium. Workshop fee is $55 plus materials Cost of dinner and lecture is $40/$50 Call 720-497-7632

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Colorado Arts and Crafts Society Symposium and Metal Workshop with Master Metalsmith Fred Zweig

The CACS Winter Symposium, will held on Saturday, January 21 at the Boettcher Mansion in Golden, Colorado and will feature Fred Zweig, a self-taught metalsmith from Tucson, Arizona. Born in 1949, Fred has been working in metal for more than 30 years. He discovered the Arts and Crafts movement while still in high school, and […]

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Kirkland Museum’s Liberty of London Archibald Knox Exhibit Extended

The exhibit at Denver’s Kirkland Museum‘s “Liberty of London and Archibald Knox” has been extended until mid-January. Check out their website for all the information. The Kirkland has more Decorative Arts on display from the 1880′s–1930′s than anywhere in the USA! Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts, and all the European Movements as well. Frank Lloyd […]

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Look for Upcoming Archibald Knox Exhibit

The Kirkland Museum in Denver is hosting Liam O’Neil the Executive Director of the Archibald Knox Society in the Isle of Man this September! They will also feature one of the largest collections of Knox’s work on display in the USA for a one month run. Watch this space! Members of the Kirkland will have […]

Upcoming small group discussion at The Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference

I’ll be holding a small group discussion, “The Paper Chase: Arts & Crafts Books, Magazines, and More,” at The Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, 20 February 2011. Open to all conference attendees.

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Between 1901 and the 1920s, Roycroft printed more than 100 different postcard-size mottoes like this on either handmade paper or mailable card stock. Today, they’re valued at $3 to $50, depending on the artist and paper.

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Robert Rust Surveys Arts & Crafts Architecture in Colorado

Article by Niki Hayden just out in the January 2011 edition of FrontRangeLiving.com.