Remove Tarnish From An Antique Copper Bracelet

If you inherited an antique copper bracelet from your parent and you would like to showcase the piece during an upcoming formal gathering, the following steps will teach you how to reduce signs of tarnish and bring back the beauty of the piece of jewelry. Materials plastic sheeting scrub brush (flexible bristles) baking soda white vinegar bowl spoon toothbrush lint-free cloth sponge cerium oxide buffing cloth Remove Loose Dirt And Signs Of Wear

Want To Buy An Antique Oil Painting? Better Make Sure It Is Real

If you are planning to purchase an antique oil painting, it can be easy to come home with a bunch of junk if you do not know what to look for. Below are some tips you can use when you start shopping to ensure you are getting what you paid for. Canvas Color The first thing you should do is to turn the painting around and look at the back. This is a big clue on what year the art is from.

Getting Your Art Noticed

If you are an artist, you are most likely very proud of the unique pieces you have created. Most artists like to share their work with the public, gaining recognition as a result. If you are just beginning to get your artwork into the public eye, and you want to increase how many people see your pieces, you will need to be diligent in your efforts to market yourself and your work. Here are a few ways you can get your artwork the attention it deserves.

Classic Native American Art Pieces

When decorating your home, especially if you live in the Southwest, it could be culturally appropriate to use authentic Native American art. However, each piece of Native American art has a very specific meaning. Here is a list of the most popular pieces, and their cultural significance: Dream Catcher When you think of Native American art, the first thing that comes to mind is usually a dream catcher. Many children use dream catchers to catch their bad dreams above their heads before they have to have them.