Sights to See in Atlantic City, New Jersey
While attending the NESPA show, don't forget to trek out of the convention center...
Pigments of the Imagination
Many don’t know it, but Don McKinney leads a double life.
David Tisherman Aligns With New Program
A new pool and spa design school will launch in May, with former Genesis 3...
Photo Gallery: Down Memory Lane
Technology may come and go, bringing with it an ever-evolving pool and spa scene. Yet, somehow, the beauty and fun of pools and spas remains the same, decade after decade.
Photo Gallery: An Advertising Blast from the Past
For better or worse, the pool and spa industry has used the allure of women (and a few well-placed puns) to hawk its wares. Here are a few gems that appeared in Pool & Spa News in year’s past
The Seventies: Water as Art. Organization. Women’s Lib. Family Focus.
If the 1960s were the pool industry’s early years, the 1970s were its adolescence — a time of shifting extremes, and strange new challenges.
Choosing the Right Art
When it comes to artwork, designers hold a variety of preferences. Some use...
Art of Reinvention
For William Churchman, running an efficient operation begins with a philosophy.
The Artist: Steve Oliver
To ring in the new millennium, a pair of art gallery owners in Paradise Valley,...