Jonathan Kline’s sleek and sturdy forms have enriched American basketry.
In Kenji Nakayama’s skillful hands, signs draw attention and spur conversations.
Robin Cass’ sculptures skirt the boundary between attraction and repulsion.
In a "post-object world," Michael Strand uses craft as a catalyst for connection.
Carrie Gustafson concentrates on gorgeous, graphical glassmaking.
Jason Bige Burnett hopes his pieces "embody sweetness in any situation."
Ambiguity drives Heather Mae Erickson's work.
Paul Eshelman gets satisfaction from practicing careful craftsmanship.
Tara Wilson's work is feminine and sensual.
"Compulsive creative" Diana Fayt feels most at home with clay.
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