A Fire Within
Early hardship fueled Marvin Blackmore's determination to make a living with his intricate ceramics.
Divining Her Mediums
Combining cast glass with raku clay, Christina Bothwell works on her own frequency, one with distinct spiritual overtones.
Elements of Surprise
Fifteen fresh pieces by furniture innovators from coast to coast.
In This Issue
Robby Cuthbert's suspenseful, sculptural furniture.
Douglas Brooks talks about documenting vanishing skills and the draw of "practical craftsmanship."
Finding Her Rhythm
Beth Carney's approach to textiles was enriched by her work as a choreographer.
The fundamental nature of furniture.
Functional goods for the home.
Furniture in the Future Tense
A chat with the Furniture Society's president, Steffanie Dotson.
Hot Glue & Staples
Craftsmanship often doesn't seem to matter in the contemporary art world. It should.
Inspired to Make
A peek inside Speaking of Furniture, Spark the Creative Flame, and Art & Textiles.
Souda studio's hybrid approach.
Keeping current at R & Company.
Repeat & Vary
Artists who play with patterns and flex repeated forms.
Shows to See: June/July 2014
Must-see shows from Washington to West Virginia.
Jinil Park's sketchy furniture.
The House That Roy Built
An Oakland, California, home is an art-filled, fuss-free collaboration between aesthetic soul mates.
The Right Touch
David Stephens has re-emerged as a maker of intriguing, tactile wooden assemblages.
The Smoke Has Cleared
A robust art scene has helped turn the tide in Pittsburgh.
Web Extras: June/July 2014
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