Karen Hampton weaves stories from the past – her own and her ancestors’ – into her multifaceted textiles.
Christian Burchard approaches wood as he does life – with wild curiosity.
Ethan Stern draws from the past, creating glass sculpture that's uniquely present.
In This Issue
Online retailer Artful Home knows a thing or two about reinvention.
Eun-Ha Paek's Dog Box Blue.
NCECA turns 50 this year and expects more than 5,000 people to descend upon Kansas City, Missouri, for its conference.
Come As You Are
Packed with artists, the casual Smoky Mountain city is a mecca for craft connoisseurs.
Carolina Fontoura Alzaga turns bicycle chains into stunning chandeliers.
Reviews of The Artful Wooden Spoon, What If Textiles, and The Furniture Bible...
Renowned furniture maker Rosanne Somerson showcases the work of RISD in the school's President's House – her new home.
Goods to get from Esque Studio, Golden Pony Workshop, Amira Marion, Leslie Webb, and Graypants.
Out From The Darkness
An exhibition shines a light on mental illness.
Richard Peterson’s ceramics tell stories about contemporary American life – ones we don’t always hear.
For glass artist Tom Patti, to create is to innovate.
Shows to See: February/March 2016
This winter, makers take on the consequences of war in work that prompts reflection and healing.
Step by Step
If you’re a regular reader and you just picked up this magazine, you probably noticed a different logo on our cover.
The Power of Place
Our earliest lessons have an outsize impact on us...
Undercurrents of Intimacy
Unexpected materials render Joshua Kosker's jewelry unexpectedly intimate.
These artists see beauty in forgotten, discarded, or otherwise undesirable materials.
Web Extras: February/March 2016
As seen in the February/March issue of American Craft magazine...
When Did a Risk Pay Off for You?
Ben Fiess, Doug Johnston, Laritza Garcia, Libby O’Bryan, and Nicole Hodsdon weigh in...