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June 27 | Gallery Walk with Jonathan Fairbanks, Director, Fuller Craft Museum

Toots Zynsky (American, b. 1951) “More Jazz Chaos” Vessel , Glass fiber, Providence, Rhode Island, 1994 (Lot 315: Estimate $8,000-$12,000)

Friday, June 27, 2014

Join us for an insider’s tour of auction highlights to benefit Fuller Craft Museum

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Reception: 6PM Gallery Walk: 6:30PM

All are welcome to attend a free event at the Skinner Boston Gallery. Join us for a Gallery Walk with Jonathan Fairbanks, Director, Fuller Craft Museum and 20th Century Design Director Jane Prentiss.… Read More

Support Fuller Craft Museum at the 20th Century Design Auction on June 28

Binh Pho (Vietnamese/American, b. 1955) “Twomo” Studio Glass Vessel (Lot 312, Estimate $8,000-$10,000)

BOSTON, MA – May 27, 2014  Skinner, Inc. announces a 20th Century Design auction on June 28 in Boston. Artists, craftspeople, and collectors donated fifty lots to the auction to support Fuller Craft Museum. “This is an excellent opportunity to support the arts and to find handcrafted, beautifully designed objects by contemporary artists,” said Jane Prentiss, department director.… Read More

Fuller Craft Museum Appraisal Day at Skinner Marlborough

Holiday Gift Guide | Wendell Castle Table
Saturday, March 22, 2014 10AM – 4PM

Wendell Castle (b. 1932) Table (Sold for: $24,885)

First come, first served. No appointment necessary.

One item $15, two items $25, three items $30. All proceeds will benefit Fuller Craft Museum.

Please join us for an Appraisal Day to benefit Fuller Craft Museum. Jane Prentiss, Director of the 20th Century Design Department and LaGina Austin, Director of Appraisal & Auction Services will be providing auction evaluations at the event.… Read More

Discover the Studio Movement in Boston: Events around the City

Judy Kensley McKie (b. 1944) Triple Chest with Birds and Bees, Sideboard, United States, 1984 (Lot 518, Estimate $8,000-$10,000)

Artists of the Studio Movement create furniture, pottery, glass, metalwork, textiles, and jewelry for individual enjoyment rather than mass production. The movement traces its beginnings to the period just after World War II, and I, personally, have been watching the movement develop and mature for more than 30 years.… Read More

Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture Exhibitions and Events

Skinner is proud to provide financial underwriting and in-kind support for exhibitions presented as part of this landmark project.

Timepiece; Daniel Munroe (1775-1859); Case attributed to William Munroe (1778-1861); about 1800; Concord, Massachusetts; Anonymous Gift; Concord Museum. Photograph by David Bohl.

Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture unites eleven institutions in an unprecedented collaboration highlighting Massachusetts furniture making, from the 1600s to the present day, through a series of craft demonstrations, workshops, symposia, lectures, and much more.… Read More

Skinner Provides Special Support for Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture Exhibitions

BOSTON, Mass. – September 13, 2013Skinner, Inc. is proud to announce its sponsorship of Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture. Through the sponsorship, Skinner is providing financial underwriting as well as in-kind support for the exhibitions presented by the participating institutions in the Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture project, including the Concord Museum, the Fuller Craft Museum, Historic Deerfield, the Massachusetts Historical Society, Old Sturbridge Village, and the Peabody Essex Museum.… Read More

How the Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture Collaboration Began

Guest post by Brock Jobe, Professor of American Decorative Arts, Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Brock Jobe, Professor of American Decorative Arts, Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Who doesn’t love furniture? It can be practical or frivolous, plain or posh, historic or contemporary, but ultimately it is so essential.  Furniture surrounds us. Without it, life would certainly be more of a struggle. Consider the challenges of writing this blog without a chair and a table.… Read More