COLLECTING AMERICAN CRAFTS
American arts and crafts encompass a wide range of materials and mediums ranging from American "primitive" paintings to textiles and woodworking.
Hand blown glass, for example, is an especially popular medium in recent years and is enjoying an explosion of interest among collectors and museums around the country.
Aficionados can not only find it in galleries but can visit studios where it is produced for the enjoyment of visitors. Woodworking is a popular source of art and
furniture items alike. Handcrafted items from exotic woods can be not only beautiful but practical furnishings for collectors. Handcrafted jewelry affords unique and
beautiful pieces for gift givers and wearers alike. Fiber arts encompass a wide variety of mediums from custom clothing design to traditional quilts and lace making.
Other forms of crafts include leather work and ceramics. Traditional American Indian art includes baskets, masks, Kachina dolls and blankets. Beginners should take care
that such items are authentic and not imitations made here or abroad.
Our online resource about collecting American Crafts. Includes articles and information on how to collect crafts. Our focus is primarily on American Crafts like Ceramics
and Pottery, Fiber Art, Quilts, Wood and Metal Arts. We've identified and listed some of the top art galleries specializing in American Crafts. You will also find Craft
museums, Craft magazines and Books about Crafts featured. Many wonderful crafts can be purchased at the galleries listed below or from Arts & Crafts fairs. If you're
interested in glass art, be sure to visit our Contemporary Art Glass page.
Galleries Specializing in Crafts:
108 Contemporary - Tulsa, OK
AKAR - Iowa City, IA
American Assoc. of Woodturners Gallery of Wood Art - St. Paul, MN
Armstrong's Gallery - Pomona, CA
Andora Gallery - Carefree, AZ
Art & Soul Gallery - Boulder, CO
Artifacts Gallery - Indianapolis, IN
Bainbridge Arts and Crafts - Bainbridge Island, WA
Craft Company No. 6 - Rochester, NY
del Mano Gallery - Los Angeles, CA
de novo - Palo Alto, CA
Dubhe Carreno Gallery - Chicago, IL
Gallery of Functional Art - Santa Monica, CA
Handworks Gallery - Acton, MA
Ironwood Gallery - Ridgefield, CT
Mobilia Gallery - Cambridge, MA
Palette Contemporary Art & Craft - Albuquerque, NM
The Pink Llama - Cedarburg, WI
Pinnacle Gallery - Scottsdale, AZ
RASberry's & RAKU - Yountville, CA
The Real Mother Goose - Portland, OR
Santa Fe Clay Gallery - Santa Fe, NM
Topeo Gallery - New Hope, PA
Vale Craft Gallery - Chicago, IL
Articles about Collecting American Crafts
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Craft Museums and Museums Specializing in Crafts
American Museum of Ceramic Art (Pomona, CA)
Bellevue Arts Museum - Bellevue, WA
Craft and Folk Art Museum - Los Angeles, CA
Fuller Craft Museum - Brockton, MA
Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum - La Conner, WA
Museum of Arts & Design - New York, NY
The National Quilt Museum - Paducah, KY
New England Quilt Museum - Lowell, MA
The Ohio Craft Museum - Columbus, OH
White House Collection of American Crafts
Books on American Crafts
Books about art and collecting art
Magazines about Crafts and Art
Quilting Arts Magazine
Art In America
Art & Antiques
Craft Resources and Organizations
American Craft Council
The American Ceramics Society
Craft Emergency Relief Fund
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
The Dairy Barn Cultural Art Center
Southern Highland Craft Guild
Southwest School of Art & Crafts
Craft Shows and Art Fairs
None listed at this time, see our section on Art Fairs
Blogs and Online Craft News
If you know of any please let us know.
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