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Interview with Thomas Moser

Thomas Moser shares his thoughts on the ever-changing craft scene of the past four decades, the specials joys and challenges of making a living with your hands, and the remarkable impact of his company's old-fashioned name, Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers.

Tim Byrns’ Revitalized Wood Sculptures

Tim Byrns' sculptures resemble some of nature’s most interesting and bizarre forms...

Tom Loeser

Tom Loeser
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Holiday Art Sale

Holiday Art Sale
Dates: 
Nov 16, 2012 6:00PM to 9:00PM
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Pratt Fine Arts Center
1902 S. Main Street
98144 Seattle, WA
United States

Kerry Vesper’s Vibrant Wood Sculptures

Vesper layers Baltic birch to create the illusion of bentwood...

Without Boundaries: Transformations in American Craft

Without Boundaries: Transformations in American Craft
Dates: 
Aug 24, 2012 to Oct 21, 2012
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Location

Craft Alliance
6640 Delmar Blvd
63130 St. Louis, MO
United States

Now Online: August/September 2012

Bonus videos, a giant picnic, SF Style Makers, and more...

Chair Master

Robert Erickson’s careful approach combines craft, comfort, and timeless beauty.

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.

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.

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