Carrie Gustafson concentrates on gorgeous, graphical glassmaking.
Ready to Serve: Jason Bige Burnett
Jason Bige Burnett hopes his pieces "embody sweetness in any situation."
Ready to Serve: Heather Mae Erickson
Ambiguity drives Heather Mae Erickson's work.
Ready to Serve: Paul Eshelman
Paul Eshelman gets satisfaction from practicing careful craftsmanship.
Ready to Serve: Tara Wilson
Tara Wilson's work is feminine and sensual.
Ready to Serve: Diana Fayt
"Compulsive creative" Diana Fayt feels most at home with clay.
Ready to Serve: Joseph Pintz
Joseph Pintz sees his work as playing a role in life's daily rituals.
Ready to Serve
Tableware from six artists that add emotional richness to the experience of eating...
Motor City Modern
Design duo Abir Ali and Andre Sandifer bring architectural savvy to fashionable furniture in Detroit.
In This Issue
A Knack for the Nordic
The American Swedish Institute's gift shop is a link to Sweden's contemporary craft.
A Space in Between
A self-proclaimed "science nerd" creates furniture with geometric forms.
Action and Traction
Baltimore’s idiosyncratic charms make for a lively and growing craft scene.
At the Table
Set your table with these handmade items...
Three books for craft enthusiasts...
Robbie Lobell's pottery can definitely take the heat.
Food for Thought
What craft can learn from the locavore movement about growing an audience...
Briana Babani goes where intriguing materials lead her.
At his restaurant in Birmingham, Alabama, chef Chris Hastings takes local flavor and craftsmanship to the next level.
Reinvesting in the Mission
Glenn Adamson talks about his new role as director of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.
Rescued & Reimagined
Dolan Geiman turns gathered materials into contemporary art.
Shows to See: February/March 2014
From Alaska to Florida, great exhibitions.
Something for the Table
Master metalsmith Myra Mimlitsch-Gray creates a tray that is "deliberately tentative."
What's sweeter than sugar? The many ways that artists indulge our cravings.
Tabletop as Springboard
Craft shares some important values with the movement for more mindfully produced food.
The Rhinebeck Revolution
Forty years ago, a craft fair’s move to a quiet New York town transformed a grassroots show into a national event.
Web Extras: February/March 2014
As seen in the February/March 2014 issue of American Craft magazine...
What Craft Object Do You Use Most Often?
Indispensable craft objects...