Web Site Review: ArtsandCraftsCollector.com

Posted on December 8, 2011 by


Bruce Johnson, author, columnist and Director of the National Arts & Crafts Conference at The Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC, has been a longtime supporter and friend of the Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York, so you may already be familiar with his web site, ArtsAndCraftsCollector.com. This site is a fabulous resource for anyone from the novice to the experienced collector or researcher interested in the Arts and Crafts movement.

ArtsAndCraftsCollector.com features a wide variety articles on the care and maintenance of Arts and Crafts homes and furniture as well as news articles to keep you up-to-date with most everything related to the Movement. Other resources include a beginner’s guide, a traveler’s guide and an excellent extensive shopmarks directory. Are you in the market for a special Arts and Crafts item or perhaps looking to sell something from your own collection? Arts and Crafts Collector features both a classified section and a business directory. If you’d like to connect with Bruce and share ideas with other Arts and Crafts enthusiasts there’s a discussion board that covers many topics: everything from news to metalware questions.

With all the information ArtsAndCraftsCollector.com has to offer, you might think that the site would be cluttered and confusing to navigate. But whether you’re looking for a how-to video or you want to sign up for the bi-monthly ArtsAndCraftsCollector.com e-newsletter, you’ll have no problem finding what you’re looking for on this clean, attractively designed site.

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