October/November 2010

October/November 2010

Issue Number
5
Volume Number
70

Features

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Weaving the Sea

Incorporating shells, bones, and other ephemera washed up by the ocean, renowned fiber artist Kay Sekimachi creates jewelry born on the beach.

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Aileen Osborn Webb Awards

Reaching for continuity in a year of profound transition, the American Craft Council bestows its awards for outstanding artistic achievement, leadership and service in the craft field.

In Every Issue

Material Matters

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Alien Harvest

Artist/naturalist Patterson Clark harvests invasive plants and turns them into paper, ink, and art.

Org/Edu

On Our Radar

Checking In

Editor's Letter

People & Places

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Field Notes

Awards, grants, museum news, transitions: It's all happening in the craft world.

Shop Talk

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Georgetown Gem

Jewelers’ Werk endures as one of the few and foremost galleries for leading-edge art jewelry.

Books

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Man of Quality

Some have called Thomas Day the father of North Carolina’s furniture industry.

Review

Product Placement

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Studio Roeper

Florian Roeper's furniture is at once warm and cool, sensuous and cerebral, organic and industrial.

Council News

Wide World of Craft

Voices