Photographer and pop-up book maker Colette Fu documents the diversity of China’s Yunnan Province.
At their home in West Seattle, Deborah Schwartzkopf and George Rodriguez are putting down roots – and cultivating their community.
Though he says he's easily bored, John Bisbee finds nails endlessly fascinating.
Melissa Cody is both a fourth-generation Navajo weaver and a contemporary artist, deftly balancing tradition and self-expression.
In her dazzling and detailed quilts, Paula Kovarik traces big ideas about life on Earth.
At 80, Lino Tagliapietra has spent a lifetime with glass – and his legacy reaches beyond the exquisite objects he creates.
Accolades come to ceramist Linda Lopez, who finds a living spark in ordinary objects.
How do you define success? What's needed most in this field? The recipients of the first American Craft Council Emerging Voices Awards share their thoughts.
Numbering in the thousands, Forrest L. Merrill’s trove of objects defies the imagination – and overflows his modest Bay Area home. Merrill doesn’t mind; to the ardent arts advocate and exhibition collaborator, living with craft means sharing it.
Vought pays homage to the handmade with her work.
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