October/November 2010

October/November 2010

Featured Articles


Weaving the Sea

Incorporating shells, bones, and other ephemera washed up by the ocean, renowned fiber artist Kay Sekimachi creates jewelry born on the beach.


Aileen Osborn Webb Awards

Reaching for continuity in a year of profound transition, the American Craft Council bestows its awards for outstanding artistic achievement, leadership and service in the craft field.

In This Issue


Alien Harvest

Artist/naturalist Patterson Clark harvests invasive plants and turns them into paper, ink, and art.


Field Notes

Awards, grants, museum news, transitions: It's all happening in the craft world.


Georgetown Gem

Jewelers’ Werk endures as one of the few and foremost galleries for leading-edge art jewelry.


Man of Quality

Some have called Thomas Day the father of North Carolina’s furniture industry.


Studio Roeper

Florian Roeper's furniture is at once warm and cool, sensuous and cerebral, organic and industrial.