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Jane Sauer Gallery (formerly
Thirteen Moons Gallery) in Santa Fe, New Mexico is one of many galleries that
show Jane's work.
Contemporary fiber artist uses Antique Japanese paper which is stitched and
folded to express her intrigue with the mysteries of containers. Kay Sekimachi
The Smithsonian and
American Art Museum.
Contemporary fiber artist from Healdsburg, CA. Uses molded paper to create
containers, vessels, baskets as sculpture.
Fiber artist and contemporary coiled basketmaker from California. Her work is
available at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art in San Francisco and can be see at
exhibitions around the country. She is a teaching assistant in the textile
classes in the Art Department at San Francisco State University and offers a
range of workshops and lecture presentations on basketry and textiles topics.
This coiled pine needle basketmaker occasionally uses pottery bases to create
her coiled vessels. She is represented by
Blue Spiral 1.
John Lawrence Skau, 53, of Archdale, NC died Wednesday, October 10, 2007. Sadly
the world of American basketry has lost another important member of its
community. He will be missed. He was a maker of sculptural woven wood baskets using wooden strips that
cut to precise widths and lengths and then dyed and woven together using twill,
satin and double weave structures.
Examples of John's basketry can be seen
American Art Company,
Peninsula Fine Arts Center
This basket artist from Columbia, MO creates contemporary vessels that are reed
forms covered with highly textured handmade paper. She weaves the form as an
armature for the application of highly textured handmade paper. A hand polished
graphite emulsion creates a luminous protective surface. Her vessels are shown
across the country at invitational and juried exhibitions. She teaches workshops
at a variety of venues including her own studio in Missouri.
This Olivenhain, CA basket artist creates, contemporary pine needle vessels. Her
artwork is frequently sculptural and incorporates a variety of natural
materials. She teaches classes and individual instruction.
View the personal site of this exhibiting basket artist who is also an Associate
Professor in the Department of Art at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Included you will find a portfolio, artist statement and curriculum vitae.
Billie Ruth Sudduth
The mathematical principals of the golden mean and the Fibonacci nature sequence
are used. Billie creates reed baskets with classical form.
Western redcedar (Thuja plicata) bark are the cornerstone of her sculptural
basketry work which is combined with colored copper wire at times. Polly is
featured on the cover of 500 Baskets.
Polly Adams Sutton at Fountainhead Gallery
Fiber artist/basketmaker who uses the traditional basketry materials of the
Pacific Northwest, cedar bark and sweetgrass in daring new ways to create woven
and twined sculptural forms. Polly's own
Polly Adams Sutton at
Jane Sauer Gallery
Adding wire and metal foils to the traditional cedar bark and sweetgrass
basketry materials of the Pacific Northwest, Polly creates contemporary basket
Karen creates one-of-a-kind art baskets many using techniques in metals.
Fiber artist basketmaker from Garberville, CA. Uses organic gathered materials
such as driftwood and palm seed strands in her basketry. She is profiled here as
a winner of the Silverhawk Fiberarts exhibition.
Contemporary fiber artist from Tucson, AZ whose work evokes the bygone cultures
of remote corners of the world in strikingly modern basketry and
Working with industrial materials such as wire, sheet metal, pipe fittings,
cans, computer parts, paper and other materials that might otherwise end
up in a landfill this basket artist from Port Townsend, WA creates contemporary
baskets and other vessels. She offers workshops in the materials and techniques
Elizabeth Whyte Schulze
This Worthington, MA artist creates contemporary basketry sculpture by coiling natural materials
such as pine needles, reed and raffia, into varied shapes. Once
each basket is completed she covers the surface with acrylic paint using dots, washes, stylized human figures and marks often inspired by petroglyphs (ancient markings pecked on stone).
She exhibits in juried shows nationally and her work is represented in prominent galleries such as
James Gallery and
Del Mano Gallery.
She teaches workshops and delivers lectures on basketry at locations
including Snow Farm,
Fiber Arts Center.
Contemporary basketmaker who in this instance uses telephone wire as the core of
her basket coil instead of a reed or other natural material.
Artist profile of Char Wiss.
Originally from Japan and now living in the USA, this basketry artist uses the
traditional bamboo and lacquer of Japanese flower arranging baskets