February/March 2012

February/March 2012

February/March 2012 Cover
Issue Number
1
Volume Number
72

Features

Cristina Cordova Arco sculpture

The Body Eloquent

For Cristina Córdova, the expressive potential of the human form knows no bounds.
Jim Rose Chinese Coins Quilt Cupboard

Piecework

From his beginnings as an artist, Jim Rose has stayed open to influence. The result is furniture that stands apart.
Debora Muhl's Duet

Uncontainable

Basketmaker Debora Muhl turns sweetgrass into sculpture, deconstructing traditional forms into twisting, wild works.
Ruby Conical Intersection with Amber Sphere

Glass' Big Bang

Fifty years ago, the American studio glass movement was sparked. The world has never been the same.

In Every Issue

Material Matters

Nebula bracelet

A Light Touch

At first glance, Lara Knutson's sculptural objects and jewelry might appear muted. Then the light hits them.

Member News

Books

Craft Inc.

Business for The Artist

Craft Inc. offers a path to a craft-centric life based on that most prosaic of ambitions: making a living.

Books

The Pot Book

Pot Luck

Why did Edmund de Waal take on this book?

On Our Radar

Shop Talk

Personal Paths

Dante Marioni and Preston Singletary

Good Chemistry

Longtime pals Dante Marioni and Preston Singletary blend their divergent styles in a new body of work.

Master Class

Product Placement

Andrea Haffner large pendant

Nature Squared

ACC show artist Andrea Haffner is known for her evocative compositions of natural materials.

Org/Edu

Sarah Jaeger

Patronage, Big and Small

In 2010, Ehren Tool got an unsolicited email, inviting him to apply for a large, no-strings cash prize.

Exhibition

Exhibition

Plumb Bob by Harriet Bart

Raised Ink

“Today the fine press book is thriving.” These words greeted visitors to “Fine & Dirty: Contemporary Letterpress Art.”

Ideas

People & Places

Wide World of Craft

Imogen Margrie Porcelain Fish

The Caribbean

On the islands of the West Indies, functional tradition and artistic innovation mingle.

The Big Questions

Editor's Letter

Prism

When Beauty Is Suspect

The more you know about an art form, the more skeptical you tend to become of its seductive qualities.

Voices