Christopher W. Cantwell Woodworks

Christopher's artwork is pictured or discussed in the following publications:

Art in America, May, 2004

The Cutting Edge: Contemporary Wood Art and the Lipton Collection, Kevin Wallace (2011)

Celebrating Nature: Craft Traditions / Contemporary Expressions, Kevin Wallace, Craft &Folk Art Museum (2004)

Celebrating Boxes, Peter Lloyd and Andrew Crawford, 2001

Who's Who in America 56th Edition (2002)

American Craft, August/September, 2011

Purely Elemental: Wood Craft as Fine Art, Cindi Di Marzo, Studio International, (2006) (Read)

The Medium is Not the Message” at the Jeffery Weiss Gallery September 14, Westport News (2003)

Three Forms Three Decades, Christopher Cantwell, Housten Center for Contemporary Craft (2004)

Sierra Star, Oakhurst, CA (1983)

The Independent, July 21, 1988

Chicago Tribune, February 7, 1988

The Art Of Making Elegant Jewelry Boxes, Tony Lydgate (1996 &1997)

Creating Small Wood Objects As Functional Sculpture, Dona Z. Meilach (1986)

American Craft, August/September , 1991

The Southern California Woodworker, September, 1991

Woodworker, Winter, 1991

L.A. Life, February 24, 1992

Fort Mason Center, August, 1993

Where San Francisco, March, 1995

Understory, Fall, 1995

American Craft, February/March, 1999

Furniture and Cabinetmaking, May, 1999

Making Heirloom Boxes, Peter Lloyd (2002)

Christopher Cantwell: The Medium is Not the Message, Kevin Wallace, WeissPollack Gallery (2003)

The Art of Making Small Wood Boxes, Tony Lydgate (1997)

Nature Transformed: Wood Art from the Bohlen Collection, Sean M. Ulmer, Janice Blackburn, Terry Martin, and David McFadden (2006)

SOFA Chicago (2003)

SOFA New York (2004)

Successful Fine Craft Marketing, A.B. Petrow (2007)

The American Marquetarian, Fall, 2005

Woodwork: A Magazine for All Woodworkers, June, 2003

New York Gallery Guide, May, 2005

American Craft, August/September, 2003

American Craft, February/March, 2000