Who Was Aileen Osborn Webb?
Has anyone had greater impact on craft in this country?
70 Years of Making: The Timeline
Celebrating America's handmade history.
Wild Ride Home
For Scott Baxendale, making exquisite guitars has been one constant in a turbulent life.
For Harriet Johns, enamel, fire, and metal form the perfect vehicle for her works.
In This Issue
A Redefined Purpose
The Wood Turning Center's reinvention.
Ann Weber's towering explorations of feelings, family, and form.
Do Current Events Shape Your Work?
In each issue, we ask members of the craft community to answer a question. This time we asked if current events shape their work.
Home Is Where The Hand Is
Reviewed: "Artists' Handmade Houses" by Michael Gotkin
Jere Osgood: Deliberate Design
Master woodworker Jere Osgood has built an enduring, signature style.
Legacy of Learning
Master ceramist Don Reitz gives students an extraordinary gift.
More to Love in Boston
Craft's high-profile presence in the new Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art.
Paving the Way
Talking shop at Sherrie Gallerie in Columbus, Ohio.
In a rural Maine town, Shanna Wheelock found space to create.
Renewed and Improved
Great grant news, a new directory, and the 2012 shows!
Reviewed: "Extra/Ordinary: Craft and Contemporary Art" edited by Maria Elena Buszek
Some Assembly Required
Michael Petry talks to us about "The Art of Not Making."
Strike a Balance
Marc Maiorana's hand-forged housewares.
This vibrant South Australian mecca has a deep devotion to craft and design.
The Meaning Of Green
The Textile Museum's third color-themed exhibition.
What it takes to pull together a timeline of 70 years of craft history in the United States.
Up for Anything
Mandi King's road to glass.