Curiosity, creativity, and optimism guide Kiyomi Iwata in the evolution of her life and her art.
The Sweet Spot
Art and functionality meet in the precisely envisioned work of Daniel Hopper.
Book artist Claire Van Vliet, surrounded by the papers and the landscape she loves, is always ready to create.
In Every Issue
Articles of Faith
Anika Smulovitz brings a scholar’s eye to Judaica.
Beginner and Master
Anton Alvarez's Thread Wrapping Machine Chair 090415...
A community-minded mission at Gravers Lane Gallery...
Julie K. Hanus spots six artists exploring the idea of shelter.
How Do You Explore Craft At Home?
Readers share how they explore craft at home.
In a New Light
Curator Nora Atkinson on the Renwick's grand reopening...
The Short List
In Good Taste
New books, including Heath Ceramics' Tile Makes the Room...
Wide World of Craft
Island Enclave: San Juan, Puerto Rico
In this sunny Caribbean city, traditional crafts remain a contemporary practice.
Tasteful handmade goods for the kitchen...
Labor of Love
An accomplished potter and a craft show director have surrounded themselves with works by people they care about.
Part of the Process
Granite Calimpong had his hands in clay – until the hot shop called his name.
Vitrifiedstudio's spare ceramics...
Shows to See
Shows to See: December/January 2016
Craft exhibitions from Houston to Honolulu...
Taking Skill Down a Peg
Liz Logan interviews Elaine Cheasley Paterson and Susan Surette, the editors of Sloppy Craft.
The Beauty of Use
Step by step, master knifemaker Bob Kramer found his life’s work.
On Our Radar
Tried and True
Woodworker Reed Hansuld's handsome furnishings...
Web Extras: December/January 2016
As seen in the current issue of American Craft magazine...