Artist without Borders
As a child, Tanya Aquiñiga straddled the line between Mexico and the United States. Now her exuberant work crosses boundaries between cultures, materials, even genres.
Read Between the Lines
If you want to understand artist Julie Chen's exquisite books, start by getting your hands on one.
2 by 2
Tim Tate and Marc Petrovic agree: Their two recent collaborations, Apothecarium Moderne and Seven Deadly Sins, were better because they made them together.
Back to Basics
Twenty years after learning the lathe, Joshua Vogel has made woodturning his full-time pursuit, with sleek, sculptural results.
In This Issue
Michael Morgan turns an ordinary building material (brick) into extraordinary landscape forms.
Carnegie and Craft: The Next Chapter
Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art receives a gift, a remembrance of ceramist Paul Soldner, and the Ceramics Research Center gets a grant.
Celebrating 70 Years (Give or Take)
This year marks the 70th anniversary of American Craft magazine, a public voice of the American Craft Council, which is celebrating along with us.
Craftier Than Thou
Whether it's advertisers touting craftmanship, macho mechanics with a superiority complex, or craftivists proclaiming their own virtues, watch out: Craft is a lot more complicated than that.
Jillian Moore transforms foam into alien-like sculptural pieces that are wonderfully odd and oddly alive.
Cynthia Bringle: Determined to be Seen
Jessica Shaykett reconnects with Cynthia Bringle, a passionate educator and craftsperson who has never doubted her calling in life.
Feast for the Eyes (and Taste Buds)
Jane Korman has brought together the brightest lights of fine craft, fabrics, tableware, flatware, furniture - and the food she loves to serve.
In and Out of Africa
"The Global Africa Project" seeks to gather the strands of African culture as they stretch across the globe.
Modernism As It Was Meant to Be
A Chosen Path: The Ceramic Art of Karen Karnes
Each of Erica Spitzer Rasmussen's sculptural garments - from ethereal kimonos to provocative bustiers - is a personal tale made tangible.
Made in Ireland
One of Daniel Shaw-Smith's earliest memories is the intense smell of willow rods in a basketmaker's studio, where he was accompanying his parents,
Oaxaca: Craft as Culture
In the Mexican colonial city and its surrounding villages, the arts are a way of life.
One of a Kind
Artists seem to know, earlier and better than the rest of us, that meaning lies in originality.
Mark Ginsberg owns and operates M.C. Ginsberg Objects of Art, a three-story destination jewelry store in Iowa City.
Anna Katherine Curfman's textured, nuno-felted work is like a floating, wearable sculpture.
Whose Work Are You Admiring Now?
Tonya Hedgeman, Dennis Stevens, Lin Nelson-Mayson, Michael Lamar, Stephanie Swindle, Antonia Bostrom, and Anthony Tammaro share the artists' work they're excited about now.