Nathalie Miebach transforms scientific data into wondrous sculptures and scores.
With his latest project, Agelio Batle proves that everything can be transformed.
Stephen Yusko’s work rests on the bedrock of thoughtful design and exacting craftsmanship.
It All Adds Up
Hilary Pfeifer brings a spirit of play to works with a serious edge.
In This Issue
A Lifetime Of Making
Books on the who, what, and why of craft.
A Material Question
Should craft education lean toward design?
Charm & Soul
Craft for wherever you are.
Climbing Over Barricades
Robert Lee Morris discusses his four-decade career as a jewelry artist.
Down to Earth
Ronan Peterson's pots reflect growth and decay through layers of pattern, color, and texture.
Drawn from Life
Anna Torma remakes a wall piece that was lost 20 years ago.
For John Souter, leaving each of his ceramic pieces open for interpretation is the whole point.
Former adman Jim Bachor understands the power of medium, message, and a good gimmick.
Please Touch the Art
The home of Catalina Diez, Juan Carlos Ortiz, and their family is not a hands-off museum.
Portland, Oregon: Collaboration Central
Portlandia jokes aside, this is an almost ridiculously crafty city.
Pride of Place
A cooperative supports local craft in New Orleans.
Glass artist Amber Marshall takes her work to shows not just to earn, but also to learn.
Shows to See: December/January 2014
Craft destinations from coast to coast.
The Perennial Question
What's the difference between art and craft?
Books are powerful symbols of language and learning – and lusciously tactile objects in their own right.
Web Extras: December/January 2014
As seen in the December/January 2014 issue of American Craft magazine...
What’s the Best Educational Experience You’ve Had?
Moments along the learning curve...