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Remembering: Merry Renk

Merry Renk was a pioneering jewelry artist, accomplished painter, and sculptor.

Glass Giddy

The 42nd Annual Conference of the Glass Art Society in Toledo, was a dizzying array of demos, lectures, discussions, and exhibitions.

"Color Ignited" at the Toledo Museum of Art

Check out “Color Ignited: Glass 1962-2012” at the Toledo Museum of Art, ground zero for the studio glass movement in the United States.

The Unofficial TOC: June/July 2012

June/July had us wondering about hair, hats, art speak, and the ABCs.

Stained Glass, Pop Icons

Joseph Cavalieri makes stained glass as you've probably never seen it – celebrating not saints and virtues but rather pop culture. We caught up with him on a residency in Italy, where he's given his signature work a decidedly Italian flavor.

Esherick Museum's Poplar Culture

When one of the majestic poplar trees near the Wharton Esherick Museum was ready to come down, they decided to do something interesting with the wood. The resulting show, "Poplar Culture: The Celebration of a Tree," opens with a preview party on May 20 and goes until June 10. American Craft talks with museum director Paul Eisenhauer about the show.

Larsen continues to rack up honors, ventures

Jack Lenor Larsen fabrics have for decades graced exceptional interiors, representing the ultimate in sophisticated modern design with a handcrafted aesthetic – the “Larsen Look.” Now, as his Longhouse Reserve opens its new museum store, he's been honored with an interior design lifetime achievement award.

Mira Nakashima

American Craft sat down with Mira Nakashima to talk about her father, George Nakashima, his legacy, designing furniture, and running a craft business.

Groundbreaking Jeweler: Margaret De Patta

We talked to curators Ursula Ilse-Neuman and Julie Muñiz about jewelry artist Margaret De Patta's retrospective.

What a Year for Wood Books

A Revolution in Wood, Turning to Art in Wood, The Cutting Edge, Woodturning Today, and Conversations with Wood all came out in the last couple of years, which were big years for wood art.

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