The colorful ceramic creations of Eric Boos are just the latest byway in his vagabond journey.
At 93, enamelist June Schwarcz lives each day on a focused artistic quest.
Water, a Table, and Eager Hands
Jiyoung Chung’s sculptural art re-envisions an ancient papermaking technique.
Coloring Outside the Lines
From the humble wax crayon, Christian Faur creates sophisticated photorealistic portraits.
In This Issue
A Design Path to Mastery
Glassblower Joel Philip Myers is a man of contrasts.
Weaver and mixed-media artist Cameron Taylor-Brown’s Angels and Men/Quartet.
Best of the Best
Congratulations to the Awards of Excellence winners at the 2012 Baltimore, Atlanta, and St. Paul ACC shows.
This spring, the revamped American Craft Council Library Salon Series brought its first round of finely crafted conversation to Minneapolis.
Books as a Beginning
Talking with the owners of Portland, Oregon's Monograph Bookwerks.
Meghan Patrice Riley wins the Society for Contemporary Craft’s prestigious Raphael Founder’s Prize.
Cross-Cultivation in Israel
A program to foster Israel's craft artists.
E Pluribus X-ray
Julia Barello transforms MRI and X-ray film.
Grand and Mysterious
Margaux Kent talks about the purposeful lifestyle of the hands behind Peg and Awl reclaimed goods.
In the Bag
Wendy Stevens’ exquisitely crafted metal purses.
Upholsterer Nicholas Stawinski's art reflects his experience living among the hulking relics of the auto industry.
Nothing Comes from Nowhere
The author of Steal Like an Artist on unleashing your creativity.
Now Online: June/July 2012
Can't get enough of our new June/July issue? Check out these additional online features.
Scotland: The High Road to Craft
Makers abound in a lush setting where history meets innovation.
Shows to See: June/July 2012
Here are our picks for exhibitions throughout June and July.
The Choices We Make
Artful living means different things to different people.
The Short List: June/July 2012
Three books to check out - from contemporary ceramics to traditional quilts.
When Artists Write About Their Work
Glenn Adamson on the artist’s statement.
Where Do You Go to Take a Break From Your Work?
We asked Matthew Hufft, Peter Held, Jo Lauria, Betty Bright, and Josie Jurczenia to tell us where they relax.