Joyce Lovelace checks in with North Carolina sculptor Hoss Haley.
Pincus' 12-Step Process
More on Peter Pincus' detailed process...
Peter Pincus' crazy-colorful ceramic forms require an arsenal of techniques, precision, and patience.
Sum & Substance: Cynthia Toops
Cynthia Toops’ process is meticulous and laborious.
Sum & Substance: Stacey Lee Webber
Stacey Lee Webber uses coins in surprising ways
Sum & Substance: Hilary Sanders
Hilary Sanders loves the feel of graphite...
Sum & Substance: Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro
Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro combines familiar materials, such as wood and fur, with a plastic used in 3D printing.
Sum & Substance: Teresa Faris
Teresa Faris has an unusual partner in her jewelry practice: a cockatoo.
Sum & Substance: Kat Cole
Kat Cole restructures discarded tins into a variety of wearable art.
Sum & Substance: Anna Johnson
Anna Johnson hopes her work serves “as a reminder of the kinship we share with all life forms.”
Sum & Substance: Sayumi Yokouchi
Collect everyday materials, and you’ll see texture...
Sum & Substance: Melanie Bilenker
Melanie Bilenker fashions moments into art...
Sum & Substance: Nancy Worden
Nancy worden draws on history and mythology to tell modern stories.
Sum & Substance: Steven Gordon Holman
Steven Gordon Holman's touchstone is the American West...
Sum & Substance: Tony Esola
Tony Esola, the lowly iron conjures more...
Sum & Substance: Caroline Gore
In her open-ended practice, Caroline Gore makes a striking range of work...
Sum & Substance: Yuka Saito
For Yuka Saito, making is a relationship – with her materials.
Sum & Substance: Jenny Wu
Jenny Wu translates geometries into wearable statements using 3D printing...
Sum & Substance
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On Our Radar
Sam Mitchell's seriously squiggly jewelry...
All in the Family
Celebrating 25 glittering years for De Novo gallery...
Back to the Future
Tim McCreight on metal clay and why jewelers have been so slow to embrace it...
Amy Tavern's organic evolution...
Call to Order
Seven artists explore the magic of combining multiple parts into a whole...
Roberta and David Williamson combine found and crafted objects into striking compositions.
The Short List
A review of Shows and Tales: On Jewelry Exhibition-Making and two other books...
Good as Gold
Bario Neal's ethically minded mission...
Handmade, high-gloss goods...
One Medium, Many Moves
Yong Joo Kim pushes the limits of one humble, commonplace material: Velcro.
Susan Cummins of Art Jewelry Forum...
Wide World of Craft
Room to Grow
Behind the scenes in emerging Eindhoven...
Ezra Satok-Wolman’s I Am Hydrogen...
Web Extras: October/November 2015
As seen in the current issue of American Craft magazine...
What Is Your Favorite Piece of Jewelry?
Readers report on their favorite piece of jewelry...
Who's Afraid of Amateurs?
Cynthia Fowler on what we miss out on when we buy into boundaries...