Compare and Contrast
Business for The Artist
Reviewing 'The New Artisans,' by Olivier Dupon.
Missteps and Magnificence
Reviewing "Furniture with Soul: Master Woodworkers and Their Craft"
Reviewed: "Extra/Ordinary: Craft and Contemporary Art" edited by Maria Elena Buszek
Home Is Where The Hand Is
Reviewed: "Artists' Handmade Houses" by Michael Gotkin
Space to Create
In her new book Open Studios, Brooklyn-based designer Lotta Jansdotter grants us admission into some spaces we might never otherwise visit.
Feast for the Eyes (and Taste Buds)
Jane Korman has brought together the brightest lights of fine craft, fabrics, tableware, flatware, furniture - and the food she loves to serve.
Manufacturing Civic Pride
Ezra Shales' new book challenges readers to reconsider the industrial arts.
A Tribute as Inspiring as Its Inspiration
Sometimes books seem to sing: Everything is exactly right. Jack Lenor Larsen's LongHouse is such a creature.
A Master's Life Unfolds
Wharton Esherick needs little introduction in the craft world.
Man of Quality
Some have called Thomas Day the father of North Carolina’s furniture industry.
Leaping from the Page
A colorful exploration of three-dimensional letterforms today.
Studio Craft 101
A review of Makers: A History of American Studio Craft.
At Home with Wood
Two books celebrating three giants of American studio furniture.
Following the Threads
A review of Elissa Auther's String Felt Thread: The Hierarchy of Art and Craft in American Art.
Three on Jewelry Art
The Museum of Arts and Design’s stellar jewelry collection and works by Nancy Worden and Kiff Slemmons are each the subject of a recent book.