2019 APG Raffle benefitting our next project:Restoration of a vintage “Fowler” from the American War of Independence

                * Help preserve a significant artifact, a musket owned by the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) and documented to have been carried by Pvt. Beriah Murray, NH Militia, 1777. * Tickets $5, 3 for $12, or 6 for $20 and can be purchased on line at … More 2019 APG Raffle benefitting our next project:Restoration of a vintage “Fowler” from the American War of Independence

Chicago Show Announcement! Bill Ottinger’s “Working with Historex Horses” Workshop, Oct. 19, 2018

Bill Ottinger’s “Working with Historex Horses” Workshop, Oct. 19, 2018 1. MMSI will provide a Historex mounted kit to each attendee. The club also will furnish lighting, glues (epoxy, superglue, plastic cement), palette paper, toothpicks, and sandpaper, and emery sticks. 2. Each attendee needs to bring an X-acto knife with at least three #11 blades, … More Chicago Show Announcement! Bill Ottinger’s “Working with Historex Horses” Workshop, Oct. 19, 2018

APG Raffle to Support our Gettysburg Project 2018!

The Artist Preservation Group is happy to announce a raffle to help fund our Gettysburg Project 2018 where our goal is to donate $10,000 to the American Battlefield Trust for the preservation of land on Seminary Ridge. Ambitious? Yes, it is. With your support, we are confident we will meet our goal! We are raffling … More APG Raffle to Support our Gettysburg Project 2018!

In Memoriam: Dr. David Yahnke, 1940-2017

The APG notes with sadness the passing of Dr. David Yahnke, friend, patron, and supporter, on October 16, 2017, in Farmington MO.  An Eagle Scout and Vietnam Veteran, Dr. Yahnke was an exemplary physician, scratch golfer, community leader, and patron of the arts.  He carried a life-long interest in military history into military miniatures, of … More In Memoriam: Dr. David Yahnke, 1940-2017

Why Can’t We Play Fetch, Maestro? Part 3

This is the 3rd and final part of Matt Springer’s series. Enjoy!-Editor After some delay, I’m pleased to share this next and final article on my vignette detailing the Artist, William-Adolph Bouguereau painting the Nymphs and Satyr in his Paris studio. In this installment, I will discuss the method I used to make the miniature … More Why Can’t We Play Fetch, Maestro? Part 3