Dana Warrington transforms porcupine quills into works of art, one meticulous step at a time.
Sorry to Bug You
Elizabeth Goluch celebrates some of the animal kingdom’s least-loved members.
Where It Takes Her
For Biba Schutz, jewelry-making is an enchanting and ever-changing exploration.
A Different Feather
As textile artist Deborah Kruger turns to plastics, she’s finding new dimensions in her work.
In bamboo, artist Charissa Brock has found passion, inspiration, and ongoing challenge.
Glass artist Percy Echols II eagerly enters a dawning era.
Beau McCall uses everyday fasteners to tell big stories.
Metal meets its match in Sean Donlon’s beguiling glass kettles and teapots.
Silver River Center for Chair Caning carries on family tradition in Asheville, North Carolina.
The Sweet Life
Cake star Margaret Braun has found a second love: porcelain.
Wood in Eric Bright’s guitars comes from a surprising source: the bottom of the lake he lives by.
Adrien Segal translates scientific data into evocative sculptures that tell a story.
Slices of the World
Layered and intricate, Lorraine Bubar’s papercuts might remind you of Japanese woodblock prints or Indian miniature painting.
Using wire, wood, metal – oh, and potatoes – Tom Hill makes flocks of birds that are fixed in space, but far from static.
Victoria Wagner explores the mystical properties of color on paper, metal, and wood.
At Kent State’s TechStyleLab, students are crafting the future of textiles.
“Little Dreams in Glass and Metal: Enameling in America, 1920 to the Present” features 121 pieces by 94 makers.
With their piles of instrument parts, Lisa and Scott Cylinder are taking the components of one art form – music – and creating another.