The 34th National Arts & Crafts Exhibitor Shows

For the past 33 years, the Grove Park Inn Arts and Crafts Conference Shows have given collectors the opportunity to personally inspect the highest quality vintage antiques and new works created by contemporary craftsmen and craftswomen. The restrictions placed on us by the Covid-19 pandemic will prevent us from safely meeting in person in February of 2021, but we will not be deterred. On the following pages we have created personal profiles of our exhibitors, along with a direct link to their virtual shops, where they have on display for you even more items than they would have been able to fit into their booth at the Grove Park Inn.

Please join us for the opening of the virtual shows on February 1st. You will not be able to access the shows until February 1st.

Arts and Crafts Antiques Show

In 1910, Gustav Stickley accurately predicted that Arts and Crafts antiques “will be a permanent part of the home surroundings and in fifty or a hundred years will be worth many times its first cost.” For the 34th National Arts and Crafts Conference, we have selected a juried assemblage of antiques dealers from across the country who have a wide selection of antique furniture, art pottery, metalware, books, and artwork for you to consider for your home or office. Click the button below to browse the vintage works of our antiques exhibitors.


JMW Gallery – Oberkirsch Design – Toomey & Co. Auctioneers – Treadway Gallery – Dreamlight Gallery – Dalton’s American Decorative Arts, LLC – Silverman’s Selected Antiques – Spotted Horse Collectibles – Steven Thomas, Inc. – Voorhees Craftsman – Phil Taylor Antiques – David H. Surgan – Jack Pap Antiques – Redinger’s – Sandie Fowler Antiques – Barbara Gerr Antiques – Pats’ Pots – Japanese Woodblock Prints Gallery – Emerson Manning Antiques – Eastwood Gallery – Joe and Tina Tunnell – California Historical Design – Carol Eppel Antiques – Art of the Craft – Michael Hingston Antiques – Kindred Styles Antiques – Titus Omega – Christine L. Boone Antiques – Marc Tisdale – Coleridge Trading – Ryan Berley Applied Arts – Stickley Copper – Clements Antiques of New Hampshire  – Roger Riley Antiques – Drucker Antiques – Hammered & Hewn – Portobello Road Antiques & Appraisals – Isak Lindenauer – Bolling & Company – Pearce Fox Deco Arts – Deborah Kolombos Arts and Crafts – AD Antiques – Diverse Ayres Fine Art

Contemporary Craftsfirms Show

The Arts and Crafts Revival has been as much a celebration of living artists and craftspersons as it has been a reverence for the antiques of the era. Beginning with our very first year, this conference has showcased the work of some of the finest contemporary craftsfirms in the country. We will continue to do so this year by providing you with profiles of each of our exhibitors and direct links to their virtual shops. Click the button below to browse the works of our contemporary exhibitors, publications and booksellers.


Arts and Crafts Period Textiles – Turn of the Century Editions/The Parchment Press – FMG Design – The Arts & Crafts Press – Dard Hunter Studios – Laura Wilder Artwork – Interior Vision of the Craftsman Style – Clark House Pottery – Voorhees Craftsman – Paul Katrich, Inc. – Hog Hill Pottery – Craftsman Hardware – Paint by Threads – Door Pottery – VanOstrand Metal Studio – Mission Guild – Wilson Craft Guild – Brian Brace Fine Furniture – Amy Brandenburg – The Bungalow Craft – Gallenberg Studio – Calmwater Designs – Anderson Art Metal – Shawn Krueger Fine Art – Odd, Inc. – Gyldcraft Art Pottery – JCR Designs – Daddy Van’s Fine Furniture Polish – Keith Rust Illustration – Rachelle Davis Jewelry – Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio – Schlabaugh & Sons – Terra Firma Art Tile – Ariel Grace Design – Julie Long Gallegos/Gaslight Original Beadwork – Cobre Copper/Susan Hebert Imports – CJ Hurley Century Arts – The William Morris Studio – Kevin Rodel Furniture ZitoSchmitt Design – Motawi Tileworks – Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers – Gamble House Bookstore – Fran Moore Woodcarving – Melton Workroom – Harp and Hound Jewelry – Turtle Island Pottery – Janna Ugone & Co – Aurora Studios – Guildcrafts Carpets – Kim Dills Art

Organizations and Historic Sites

Preservation and education have always been at the heart of the Arts and Crafts Revival, and so the National Arts and Crafts Conference will continue to make it possible for you to learn more about the important historic sites which have been preserved and the non-profit organizations which play a crucial role in our ongoing education as Arts and Crafts collectors. Click the button below for links to their websites.

The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms – The Gustav Stickley House Foundation – The Rose Valley at Thunderbird Lodge – The Colorado Arts and Crafts Society