Lissa Hunter found working with clay both familiar and fresh.
It's About Time
Steven Siegel's work challenges our idea of permanence - and our place on the planet.
Objects of Wonder
From fantastical metal sculptures to captivating fiber works, Mariko Kusumoto's artwork entices us to look closer.
Root and Branch
With her distinguished career, Mary Jackson has left her mark on a long tradition.
In This Issue
Bring the Outside In
A collection of goods that bring the outside in.
Dirt to Dye
On their farm and in the studio, Rowland and Chinami Ricketts are carrying forward indigo traditions.
Behind the scenes at the 500-acre Storm King Art Center...
From a Tree to a Web
Perhaps taking its cues from nature, the art world is becoming less hierarchical; critics should take heed.
Leather By Necessity
Walnut Studiolo's leap into leather.
Love of Life
Christopher Marley's Limited Aesthetica...
Artist Brigitte Bouquet blends the natural and handcrafted in her home and in her work.
Whitney Artell's lush, layered weavings.
The evolution of Maria Eife's dynamic collection...
Shows to See: April/May 2015
Springtime shows to see...
Fiercely Made redefines retail.
Tel Aviv: Craft Metropolis
Contemporary craft thrives in a city with a rhythm all its own.
The Long View
Reviews of three noteworthy books, including The Manly Art of Knitting...
The Nature of Risk
Are you a risk-taker?
The Sky Is No Limit
Glass artist Mark Peiser's career is defined by innovation.
Web Extras: April/May 2015
As seen in the April/May issue of American Craft magazine...
What Are the Most Unexpected Materials You've Used in Your Work?
Readers share their most unusual materials...