My First Article for American Craft Magazine: Undercurrents of Intimacy

I could not be happier today: My first article written for and published by American Craft Magazine just came out today!


"Undercurrents of Intimacy". Feb/March 2016 issue. Pg. 38/39.


Artist profiled: Metalsmith Joshua Kosker (CONGRATS!!)
Editor: Monica Moses (A million THANKS!)


Excerpt: "The pocked tangelo surface, skin-like in color and markings, begs to be touched. A faint, familiar smell of citrus hangs in the air. But, the viewer quickly realizes, the peel has undergone a transformation; it's been applied as a veneer onto laser-cut plywood, then shaped into cubic forms."


For the rest of the article, go grab your own copy at the newsstands later this week!

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Comment by Brigitte Martin on January 21, 2016 at 1:22pm

Thank you, Kimberly. Though I am totally biased (now that I wrote for them) - I do think this magazine is truly worth the subscription rate !! I read it back-to-back every time it comes out.

$40 for 6 issues. 

http://craftcouncil.org/membership/standard

Just go for it.

Comment by Kimberly Nogueira on January 21, 2016 at 1:14pm

I love the way you tell his story through lively writing and great choice of quotes, reminds me how much I loved getting my subscription. Perhaps will look at renewing :)

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