June/July 2018

June/July 2018

The Jewelry Issue
June/July 2018
Issue Number
3
Volume Number
78

The June/July 2018 issue of American Craft is available now and contains a double feature on more than 20 jewelry luminaries. Also in the issue: Georgia’s Golden Isles, David Winigrad’s whirligigs, how making jewelry helps Hosanna Rubio heal, jeweler Matthieu Cheminée learns from the masters in West Africa, Beau McCall uses buttons to tell big stories, and Las Vegas artist Justin Favela riffs on stereotypes with tissue paper, glue, and a sense of humor.

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Features

Wendy McAllister Atoll

Prime Time

These jewelers are in for the long haul, and it shows in their work.
Jones and Callahan

Two Halves of a Whole

Opposites in temperament, Brendan Callahan and Thom Jones rely on each other to keep Semigood Design thriving.
Justin Favela with Quico

Piñata Pride

Las Vegas artist Justin Favela riffs on stereotypes with tissue paper, glue, and a sense of humor.

In Every Issue

Material Matters

Beau McCall Redpotionno I

Button Man

Beau McCall uses everyday fasteners to tell big stories.

Material Matters

Sean Donlon Halo

Double Take

Metal meets its match in Sean Donlon’s beguiling glass kettles and teapots.

Wide World of Craft

St. Simons Lighthouse

Craft on the Coastline

Georgia’s Golden Isles feature a lively and growing community of makers to go along with the sunshine and waves.

Ideas

Product Placement

The Short List

JJ18 book covers

Hidden Gems

New books, including Narrative Jewelry: Tales from the Toolbox.

On Our Radar

Craft in Action

Melissa Blount

In Memoriam

Melissa Blount’s sewing circles make Black Lives Matter quilts that focus on women and girls.

Crafted Lives

Koski family

Love Story

A devotion to the handmade brought Kevin and Kelly Koski together.

As I See It

Shows to See

Goods

Shop Talk

Editor's Letter

One Piece

Personal Paths

David Winigrad Moon Chine Whirligig

Wind and Wood

David Winigrad’s whirligigs put a contemporary spin on an old tradition.