Steve Powers is the country's leading specialist in Native American/Woodlands sculpture and a leading dealer in American folk art sculpture and paintings, American & English antiques, treen and snuffboxes. We exhibit at select fine art and antiques shows throughout the year.
Steve Powers is the author of the comprehensive book and study, NORTH AMERICAN BURL TREEN: COLONIAL & NATIVE AMERICAN.
Powers is a long time board member of the Antiques Dealers' Association of America (ADA) and is currently the organization's Vice President—he is also a long time member of the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers' Association (NHADA).
As a member of the Antiques Dealers' Association of America (ADA) - ALL OBJECTS ARE GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED.
Mapping has occurred across time and cultures and the ability to map, to express in material form the cognition of large-scale environments from wholly or partially aerial perspectives, is indeed a cultural universal. -David Stea, James M. Blaut and Jennifer Stephens Mapping As A Cultural Universal.
NORTH AMERICAN BURL TREEN: Colonial & Native American (208 pages, hardcover) is the first comprehensive survey and study of this important historical craft. Culled from museum and private collections, the book includes nearly 200 objects and over 250 full-color images, most never before published.
The Antiques Dealers' Association of America, Inc. (ADA) was established in May 1984 as a non-profit trade association. Its major objective is to make more professional the business of buying and selling antiques.
All members are required to guarantee their merchandise in writing on a sales receipt which must state approximate age, origin, condition and restoration, if any, of all pieces that are sold
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