The Call of the Wheel
Over the course of her career, Julia Turner has moved fluidly among mediums, while expressing a singular vision.
Visual, Tactile, and Intuitive
Matt Shlian’s folded paper creations are an artful take on geometry.
Therman Statom takes his creative process into the world, donating his time and talents to cultivate others’ well-being.
In This Issue
Nicki Marx’s feather works enjoy another day in the sun.
An Intricate Language
Forced to abandon oil paints, Nebiur Arellano found her style on silk.
Chestertown: Craft on the Chesapeake
Contemporary craft meets colonial charm in this coastal town.
Aya Oki's playful, plump glass...
Health & Hearth
Fresh handmade goods...
House of Tales
For Aaron Henkelman and Lori Baum, a collection isn’t complete without the stories and memories that go along with it.
Art can be a tool, Alain de Botton argues, to help us with the challenges of everyday life.
Making It Better
How much meaningful handwork are you doing?
Marks of Devotion
Reviews of Craft in America's "Service" episode, The Creativity Cure, and Fiber: Sulpture 1960 - Present.
The Corning Museum of Glass’ North Wing expansion sheds new light on the collection.
Kristin Diener's Talisman to the Center of the Earth.
Shows to See: February/March 2015
Shows you'll want to see from Florida to Vermont and coast to coast.
Talking shop with Schantz Galleries...
The Power of Paper
A conversation with Drew Cameron of the Combat Paper Project...
Yorgen Quent Kvinsland's personalized portals.
The warm and fuzzy work of seven artists.
Web Extras: February/March 2015
As seen in the February/March 2015 issue of American Craft magazine...
What Is the Most Rewarding Aspect of Your Work?
Readers answer our latest Voices question...