Omniterrum Will Be There! 2014 Vintage Lynchburg Holiday Sale Saturday, November 8, 9am-3pm Urban Arts Garage 1001 Commerce Street We will be there. With vintage Globes, sciences charts, maps and all sorts of interesting little objects! Don’t miss the chance to shop vintage/refurbished/handmade LOCAL goods! Think: etsy-in-your-own-backyard!70+ vendors!Food Trucks$3 admission […]
Omniterrum Will Have a Booth at the JRCAH’s first annual Holiday Arts Bazaar Lynchburg Armory December 7th 9:00am – 3:00pm The Holiday Arts Bazaar is a parade day event, hosted pre Christmas parade, showcasing locally made arts, fine crafts, jewelry, ceramics, and much more for an inspiring local art holiday shopping experience.
Thinking Global: Katie Snyder ’15 Helps With Antique Globe Archiving and Research Randolph College News 8-15-14 Katie Snyder ’15 immersed herself in the world of antique globes this summer. Snyder was seeking an internship at a museum, but she received an offer from Omniterrum, a company that sells globes in […]
In the U.S. state of Virginia, there is a private museum Globes Смотрите оригинал материала наhttp://www.1tv.ru/news/world/201818 In the U.S., lives a woman who is not much exaggeration, can call himself a “mistress of the worlds.” It is in the state of Virginia, there is the first and only private museum in […]
Kim Soerenson’s business has been thinking globally for years. Now that she is selling antique globes in downtown Lynchburg, she hopes to help more people think big….
There are trends that come and go—think neon sofas, salmon-colored plastic and drapery panels that weigh more than a wedding dress—and then there are the trends that last forever. Having been around almost as long as the wheel, maps and globes easily infuse a space with a bit of timeless and, should we say, worldly elegance.
I love political history and I think they’re just beautiful scientific instruments,” said Soerensen, showing off her broad assortment of antique and handmade globes.
We are honored to celebrate the following individuals and organizations at the 2014 Voice of the Arts & Humanities Awards. Tickets for the event are available online or at a number of local ticket outlets.
CHAT with shopkeepers in Lynchburg, Va., and you’ll probably get an earful on the city’s history. Vendors all seem to know their building’s original function: a blacksmith shop, a Civil War hospital, tobacco storage.
The world looks different in the company of Kim Soerensen — specifically, it’s mounted on a pedestal, in an array of colors, sizes, and materials. Over nine years, Soerensen has acquired thousands of unique globes.