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Basketmakers With A Last Names

Basketmakers, Basket Artists, Basketweavers and Fiber Artists from around the world with Last names beginning with A.

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Jackie Abrams
This basket artist from Brattleboro, VT creates baskets that are a blend of classic form and non-traditional material. She employs paper decorated with painting, collage and printmaking surface techniques.

Christine Love Adcock
Coiled & twined baskets, and hand-built plant fiber vessels fabricated from a variety of natural and dyed plant fibers, including date palm inflorescense, Torrey Pine needles, Colter Pine Cone scales, Jacaranda seed pods, Reed, Raffia, Dracaena Draco leaf (The Dragon Tree) Lecheguilla fiber (Spanish Dagger Agave), stained, collaged and woven gourd work. This Santa Barbara, CA artist also collaborates with her husband Michael to create vessels combining clay and fiber.

Linda Aguilar
Chumash basket weaver who works in natural materials such as pine needles, horsehair and gourds.

Tristyn Albright
This York, PA artist creates beaded vessels and spheres with wire in basketry techniques.

Linda Scherz Allen
Working from her Lowville home in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, Linda offers finished baskets, kits, patterns and instruction primarily in reed, waxed linen miniatures, decorative and utilitarian flat reed Adirondack pack baskets, as well as custom designed baskets such as a full-size wicker rocking baby cradle and pull-out baskets for kitchen cabinet drawers.

Dona Anderson
Using round reed, wrapped with raffia or pattern paper this Washington state basket artist creates contemporary sculptural pieces by stitching each reed to the preceding one until the desired shape is completed. Photo album of  Dona's work.

Kate Anderson
Contemporary sculptural basketmaker who uses the technique of knotting. Her pieces often appear as teapots or cups and saucers with iconic images.
Her work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries. Over the years she has had extensive professional experience as a gallery director, curator, juror, panelist and workshop leader. She offers a range of knotting workshops, lecture presentations and craft business seminars.

Peg Arnoldussen
Personal page of this basketmaker from WI offers a variety of tips and techniques on pine needle coiling and reed basketry.

Ruth Andre
Combining coiled pine needles and gourds this artist creates what she calls "Gourd Weavings." Ruth is the proprietor of Wild Pony Baskets.

Nadezhda Appolat
Willow basketmaker from the Russian Federation. His work often features the Chinese Knot. Long downloads.

Karen and Darryl Arawjo
This award winning husband and wife artistic team from Bushkill, PA are well known for their White Oak and Cane basketry including miniatures, their signature creel and a series of light vessels.

Judy Arledge
Pine needle basketmaker and instructor from Missoula, MT offers custom made coiled pine needle baskets, many with teneriffe or decorated solid wood bottoms.

Susan Ashley
Antler basketmaker from the Dallas/Fort Worth area of TX incorporates smoked or stained rattan, date palm stems, sea grass, honeysuckle and a variety of embellishments into her work.

Lita A. Atkinson
Basketmaker and owner of Northern Spirits Basket Cache, a basketry shop located in Palmer, Alaska. Northern Spirits offers basketry supplies, custom basket weaving kits, handcrafted baskets and classes to fit any schedule.

Susan Taber Avila
Contemporary fiber artist from Emeryville, CA who is an active exhibiting artist, lecturer and workshop leader.

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