Basketmakers, Basket Artists and Basketweavers from around the world with last names
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and Mark Caluneo
Using a variety of metal wires and sheeting, this artistic couple from the Long
Island town of Valatie, New York creates contemporary vessel and basket forms
in metalsmithing techniques in their Caluneo Metal Studio.
Willow sculptor and basketmaker from Wales, UK.
as she creates environmental sculptures such as this
26 foot high wicker otter which stands at the Welsh Wildlife Centre at
Cilgerran, near Cardigan. She also make baskets and teaches both adults and
Basket weaver, paper artist, designer, educator, and businesswoman from
Portland, OR uses wood veneers such as birch, walnut, mahogany, maple or cherry,
patinized copper and brass, stainless steel, Formica, leather, naugahyde,
plastic, cedar bark, pine needles, and cornhusks to weave furniture,
architectural design elements and commercial installations such as the woven
walls at Mohegan Sun.
This Belgrade, Montana artist uses copper to plait and braid his baskets in an unusual
tactile manner. His work is included in The White House Collection.
Basket maker and basketry teacher from Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada. Using
roots, Arbutus, Cedar and other barks, sedges, rushes, water iris and other west
coast natural materials she creates traditional and sculptural vessels.
JoAnn Kelly Catsos
Traditional Black Ash Woodsplint basketmaker from Ashley Falls, MA.
Full-time willow basketmaker, teacher and owner of Norfolk Basket Company in the
UK works with his partner Ruth Kidd to grow, harvest, sort and dry over 20
varieties of willow that are used to make baskets to order and teach a full
schedule of basketry courses.
Basketmaker, teacher and sled dog owner formerly from Talkeetna, AK and now
living in Van Buren, MO. Jill incorporates antlers in
much of her work, woven with natural fibers and/or hedgerow (harvested native materials).
Basketmaker from the Ozark Mountains of Missouri uses recycled, scrap electrical
copper wire, salvaged vinyl coated telephone wire and lampworked dichroic
glass beads to coil sculptural basketry.
Hog guts, needle lace, found object embellishments and structural
elements like willow branches are used by this artist to create contemporary,
nontraditional basketry, inspired by the Native American baskets of the Pacific
Coiled pine needle basketmaker and teacher who takes pride in making the inside of her
baskets as detailed as the outside.
Coiled willow over a core of round round reed in one-rod or three rod
coiling techniques is the specialty of this Vancouver, Canada Arts professor and
basket artist. His site offers design and materials processing tips.
Bob is a popular conference teacher from Branch, Michigan. He uses finely finished
hand pounded ash splint with other naturals.
Indigenous materials from Florida including palm, grapevine, manilla fiber, jute roving, antlers, long
leaf pine needles, philodendron, raffia, gourds, wheat and sisal along with the more
traditional supplies and basketry instruction are available from Susan's
business, Woven Spirit, Nokomis, FL.
Coiled pine needle basketmaker and teacher from Oregon takes her inspiration from the
natural shapes and patterns she sees in the world around her.
A third generation black ash basketmaker from Michigan. She is an active teacher and her
signature style is her mother's sewing basket design.
Eugene, OR artist and teacher creates baskets and Fantasy Figures using twined northwestern sweetgrass, cedar or sedge. In
some of them, she has woven or coiled with cotton string, hemp thread or other
more exotic materials. Most of the
ceramic bead faces are by Dana Swisher.
Pam outdusis Cunningham
Penobscot basketmaker from Hampton, Maine. Specialty is brown ash and sweetgrass
baskets in shapes like acorn, blueberry and corn.
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