20
Jan

What Wear in the City Blogs about Claire Crowe’s Hearth Art

Posted by Claire, 2014. Hearth Art,Press

What Wear in the City Blog post on Claire Crowe’s Hearth Art:

http://wherewearinthecity.com/dallas/01/hearth-art-and-alchemy-collection/

18
Jan

Hearth Art’s Reef Fire Screen and Geode Lamps Decorate 2013 Grizzel and Mann Christmas Card

Posted by Claire, 2014. Hearth Art,Press

Hearth Art fire screen, Reef

22
Sep

Find the Hearth Art Mineral Lamp in this D Home Magazine Feature on Black and White Trends

Posted by Claire, 2013. Press

Where’s Waldo?  See how quickly you can find the Hearth Art lamp in this D Home feature- some squinting may be required!

D Home features Hearth Art lamp, March 2013 

24
Feb

Best In Class: Local Artisans At Work

Posted by Claire, 2013. Press

D Magazine features local artisans in this piece on the “Creative Class.”  What an honor to be included!  Check it out:  http://www.dmagazine.com/Home/D_Home/2013/January_February/Made_in_Dallas_Creative_Class.aspx

this pair of agate candle holders hold tea light candles

24
Feb

D Home Blog Features Hearth Art

Posted by Claire, 2013. Press

D Home blog likes purple amethyst and white onyx – just like us!  Thanks, D. See it here:  http://dhome.dmagazine.com/2012/09/pretty-amethyst-boxes-at-blue-print/#

24
Feb

Culp Associates Showcases New Hearth Art Lamp Collection

Posted by Claire, 2013. Press

26
Sep

Chic Fire Screens

Posted by Claire, 2012. Blog,Hearth Art,Press

Courtney Price Design has written a charming blog post about Hearth Art. We are thrilled she likes our fire screens.  To complement her established Dallas design company, Courtney has developed a uniquely obsessive blog, with droves of readers drooling regularly over her provocative accessories, room schemes, and posts about all things decadent and desirable.  Courtney dissects the best things to be found in the world of design and delivers them on an irresistible visual platter.   We are proud to have been recently included in the tempting array. Check it out here: http://courtneyprice.com/

19
Mar

Hamptons.com discovers us

Posted by Claire, 2012. Press

From Hamptons.com

Originally Added: June 7, 2011
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Hearth Art: Brings A Little Bling To Metal

The Butterfly fire screen from Heath Art. (Courtesy Photo: Hearth Art)
Southampton – Why be ordinary? Our sculptural metalwork designs bring a little bling to the hearth.

We are a small studio which produces consummately crafted and precisely built  in iron, copper, and bronze. Hearth Art specializes in accenting many of its ironwork designs with nature’s most exquisite art: breathtaking minerals, gemstones, and ancient fossils, among others. The raw elegance and the beauty of these natural materials inspire us to pursue a niche that lands somewhere between fireplace accessories and  for the hearth. We have created this concept out of a love for nature’s form and textures, taking the idea of a fire place screen into places no one else dares to go.

The custom line of ironwork contains more than a dozen designs. (Courtesy Photo: Hearth Art)

The precious and semi-precious stones, fossils and other natural embellishments that adorn our designs come from around the world. Many of them are in limited supply and won’t be available forever. Others are timeless materials that have been admired and collected for centuries: exotic woods, rare metals, pearl, shell, horn, and bone. While some of our materials are exotic, please note that our product line is designed, built, and finished exclusively by American artisans in our north Texas and Arkansas workshops.

We follow in the fine tradition of old world craftsmen by meticulously hand-crafting, painting, or patinating metal to achieve that unique texture of well-worn ironwork. Our distinctive finishes are hand-applied by our artisans in multiple layers to give your piece a deeply resonating luster that will endure for generations.

Our custom line of ironwork contains more than a dozen designs that can be translated into mirrors, occasional tables, hearth sculpture and functional art for the home. Our custom capabilities are one of the best-kept secrets around.

For more information, click here.

From Heath Art

27
Mar

CALIFORNIA HOME AND DESIGN

Posted by Hearth Art, 2011. Press

When winter fades, the fireplace goes dark. Handmade bronze fire screens from Dallas’ Hearth Art ensure that the focal point of the room doesn’t become a black hole. In this piece, butterflies burst forth from their cocoon.
from California Home and Design

30
Mar

From D Home

Posted by Hearth Art, 2011. Press

Fire prevention never looked so good. It’s cold. You want to start a fire. Or, more likely, you just want to use the remote to start a fire. The Angel Wing fire screen in Egyptian Gold by Hearth Art makes the act of fighting fires glamorous. Even if it’s just for show.

from D Home magazine, December 2010