In fiber, wood, and clay, Laurel Roth Hope reflects on humanity’s effect on the environment.
JoAnna Poehlmann’s apartment may look like a natural history museum, but her habitat fuels her living, breathing art practice every day.
Raven Skyriver’s flawless sculptures pay homage to the marine ecosystem.
From Flora to Fauna
With pine cones, petals, and other plant parts, Raku Inoue fashions delicate creatures destined for decomposition.
What Lies Beneath
Jessica Calderwood’s enameled work invites viewers to dive deeper.
Clay Tells All
In narrative works, 15 ceramists grapple with issues that have been with us forever – and those unique to the 21st century.
Who Owns an Idea?
When furniture maker Greg Klassen trademarked the name River Table, he touched off a heated debate about intellectual property and what artists owe the community.
Joie de Vivre
Hawaii artist Esther Shimazu’s figures exude happiness in the raw.
In vivid embroideries, Jordan Nassar considers how divergent cultures overlap and coexist.
On Her Own Terms
An artist and instructor, Alison Croney Moses sees no reason to be boxed in.
Tools from the Sideways Universe
With his unconventional sculpture, Howard Jones turns everyday objects on their heads.
Pinnacle: 2018 American Craft Council Awards
The winners of the 2018 American Craft Council Awards have all dedicated themselves to craft for more than 25 years – and show what devotion makes possible.
Craft: Seriously, What Does the Word Mean?
We sought perspectives from dozens of artists, thinkers, and leaders in our own field and others.
A New Rhythm
Wade Folger MacDonald wanted to be a production potter, until he came face-to-face with his own big ideas.
As a computer scientist, Bart Niswonger couldn’t easily talk shop with others. As a furniture maker, he can.
Beneath Ebony G. Patterson’s glittering surfaces are images of poignance and power.
LA artist Jen Stark’s dizzying creations show up in galleries, on TV, and everywhere in between.
These jewelers are in for the long haul, and it shows in their work.