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Hampden Street Antique Market Features Genna Morrow

Hampden Street Antique Market Features Genna Morrow

Genna Morrow has been at Hampden Street Antique Market now for 3 years. She has two booths. One is very “girlie” with linen designs that she makes and a lot of white furniture. It’s kind of romantic shabby. The other booth represents her “darker side” as she calls it with suitcases, office stuff, receipt spindles, tables and cupboards. Doing antiques […]

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Royal Contemporary features Colorado artist Clark Richert

Royal Contemporary features Colorado artist Clark Richert

120 East Main Street, Florence The Geometry of Viewing June 4 through July 24 Please join us for a reception for the artist on  Saturday, June 11 from 5 to 8 pm   Often referred to as the most important painter in Colorado, Clark Richert speculates about the nature of reality through his large paintings and digital prints. He is inspired […]

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Love of Bikes Bonded Father and Son

Love of Bikes Bonded Father and Son

The following article was written by Stephanie Earls for the Colorado Springs Gazette. It talks about Jason Carr and his father Dean. Jason and his wife Tina own The Antique Gallery of Colorado Springs. The Mall just celebrated its 25th anniversary. Congratulations!   If you were a kid in a certain neighborhood in Minneapolis about 17 years ago, and you […]

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142nd Kentucky Derby on the Horizon

142nd Kentucky Derby on the Horizon

By Peggy DeStefano   What fun it was to hear Missy Taylor of the collectors’ club Questers share her knowledge and love of the Kentucky Derby with us. The discussion was part of the ongoing series of seminars provided by the Brass Armadillo on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. The Questers, of which Missy is a member, […]

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‘Lest We Forget’ Memorial Day Postcards

‘Lest We Forget’ Memorial Day Postcards

By Roy Nuhn “Nor Shall their story be forgot, While Fame her record keeps.”   These lines from a stanza of an old 19th-century poem, The Bivouac of the Dead by Theodore O’Hara, are found on several Memorial Day postcards, including some by Raphal Tuck & Sons and International Art Publishing Company. Borrowings were also made from other patriotic poetry […]

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