The Copper Art Museum is located in Clarkdale, Arizona. The town was built and founded in 1912 by Senator W. A. Clark “America’s Copper King” for the mass-production of industrial copper from 1915 to 1953, which was exported throughout the world. The museum’s collection is the “largest return of copper,” “back” to both Clarkdale and the “Copper State” and showcases what man created with the red-metal while it was away.
The Arizona Copper Art Museum features exhibits of copper art and collections for study, which were made by coppersmiths, soldier artists and braziers; many of whom were masters in their trade. Artifacts displayed have an emphasis on American and European works-of-art from the 16th – 21st century. The affinities and history of copper is also featured and is very fascinating, bringing forth forgotten stories, legends and mysteries.
The Arizona Copper Art Museum features what man created with the metal copper. The museum in divided up into 7 major categories:
- Information Room
- Military Art Room
- Art & Architecture Room
- Religious Art Room
- Kitchenware Collection
- Drinkware Collection
- Distillery & Winery
So, will be interesting to know about the background history of all these beautiful pieces, right?
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