Future Tense: 40 Under 40
The Renwick showcases artists whose formative years were shaped by 21st-century fears – but whose work conveys hope and resolve.
Masters: Nancy M. McNeil
Nancy M. McNeil’s impact on the field of craft is easily charted...
Masters: Sidney D. Rosoff
For almost 60 years, Rosoff has served the American Craft Council – and through it, the field at large.
Masters: Sherri Smith
What’s evident in Sherri Smith’s recent weavings is a lifelong love of the sciences.
Masters: Tom Loeser
The inventive woodworker's work can be found in nearly every major U.S. craft institution.
Masters: Andrea Gill
Andrea Gill can recall – vividly – handling clay for the first time, at age 4.
Masters: Dante Marioni
The 48-year-old glassblower on how lucky he’s been.
Masters: Bruce Pepich
Much of Racine Art Museum’s success can be attributed to Pepich’s zeal.
Masters: Sharon Church
The jeweler believes craft has within it the key to valuing a human life.
Masters: Lewis Knauss
The act of making has always been very important to Lewis Knauss.
Masters: Anne Currier
Anne Currier's start in ceramics was accidental...
Masters: Stephen De Staebler
De Staebler resurrected and reinvigorated the human figure as a subject.
The 2012 American Craft Council award winners...
In This Issue
A well-traveled couple’s eclectic Florida nest...
Haunting handmade pieces for the witching season...
Is the Future of Craft in Design?
If fewer people work with their hands to produce craft, won’t that represent a kind of cultural loss?
Layer Upon Layer
Deborah G. Rogers crafts her narrative sculptures from air-dry clay.
Member News: October/November 2012
A craft think tank, the AAM conference, ACC's San Francisco show, and more!
No Water, Just Light
Tom Fruin's 20-foot-high-kaleidoscopic Watertower.
Now Online: October/November 2012
Discover online-only bonus content from our Mastery issue.
Plate and Palate
Earthborn Pottery's craft de cuisine...
Shows to See: October/November 2012
Our short list of fall exhibitions that we suggest you try to see.
Sure to Tickle
Humor in Craft, Handmade Houses, and For Kith and Kin...
The Benefits of Loyalty
Talking shop with Pismo Fine Art Glass...
The Family Way
Brooklyn artist Erin Wilson’s quilts radiate color.
The Green Heart of Italy
In the Umbria region of central Italy, centuries-old craft traditions continue to shine.
The Making of Masters
Mastery, wherever you are on the journey, means putting one foot in front of the other.
The Next Big Thing
Jennifer Merchant's mega-fun acrylic jewelry...
Things that Go Bump
Glenn Adamson on why it's assumed that craft is three-dimensional.
Useful & Beautiful
Must-have goods for your life...
What Has Been Your Most Interesting Failure?
Mary Anne Davis, Cynthia Tinapple, Craig Johnson, Gwynne Rukenbrod, and Susan Taber Avila share.