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Basketmakers With H Last Names

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

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Mae Hall
Mae Hall of Mt. Pleasant, SC makes coiled Sweetgrass baskets in the lowcountry tradition.

Christine Hamilton
Pomo basketmaker who has studied with Elsie Allen and Annie Lake. A member of the California Indian Basket Weavers.

Edward Harris, Sr.
Split White oak basketmaker from Washington, Louisiana. Comes from a family of white oak basketmakers.

Carol Hart
A traditional Salisbury, CT basketmaker and author of Natural Basketry.

Robert Haygen - White Oak
Site includes a presentation on how to select and process a white oak tree into woodsplints for basketry along with a series of White Oak Limited Edition Signature baskets.

Lisa Head
This central Pennsylvania basket artist who grew up in Kentucky uses natural materials such as black willow bark, broomsedge, white oak, hickory bark and rye straw to create coiled and plaited baskets. Her work includes plaited rye straw dough rising baskets, storage hampers and bee skeps in the Pennsylvania German tradition and plaited bark baskets from the Appalachian tradition.

David Hembrow
This traditional English willow basketmaker from Cambridge, UK is part of a multi-generation family of basketmakers. A variety of traditional willow baskets are offered including bicycle, shopping, pet, flower, laundry baskets and a wheeled willow shopping basket made by David's late father, Gordon Hembrow.

Jan Henry
Jan Henry and her husband, Bruce live on 10 acres outside of Atlanta, Georgia. They make white oak splint and oak rod baskets. Bruce splits and rives the tree and Jan takes over the preparation of the white oak from there. Each traditional-style basket is based upon original designs and is handcrafted by Jan. Jan no longer maintains her own web site, but you can visit her flickr gallery or reach Jan Henry by email about her baskets or her book--White Oak Basketry--An Illustrated Guide.

Marlien K. Hennen
Marlien gathers her own red cedar bark in summer and three to six months later processes it into strips, a very labor intensive task, creating wall hangings, lamps, hats, container baskets, bags, pots and more. She loves to hike on the beaches and in forests to gather the materials that she incorporates into her weaving. She offers finished baskets, materials including raw and prepared red cedar and workshops.

Marla Henton
Basketmaker and gourd artist from Greencastle IN, offers her work at shows and teaches workshops at basketry conventions.

Linda Hendrickson
This Portland, Oregon area fiber artist offers studio instruction, hands on demonstrations, lecture presentations and workshops in cord making and Ply-Split Braiding basketry.

Alastair Heseltine
An English sculptor, now living in British Columbia, Canada who is working with mixed media relating to the environment. His site is a visual treat with images of baskets, sculpture, furniture, design, landscape installations, willow culture and much more.

Mary Merkel Hess
The Iowa Women Artists Oral History Project presents a profile of this fiber artist/basketmaker. The profile includes a biographical sketch, audio interview clips, an artist's statement and images of some of her work. Mary now has a personal site.

Beth Hester
Personal site of this basket instructor from Kentucky, co-owner of GH Productions Inc. details a variety of her basketry experiences. Read a profile on DIY.

Mary Hettmansperger
Mary Hettmansperger is an exhibiting fiber artist and instructor from Peru, Indiana. Her focus is on basketry, metals and beadwork. She teaches in many venues, including prominent craft schools, conferences, guild events, private workshops and retreats. She is the author of the book Fabulous Woven Jewelry.

Sarah Hewitt
Fiber artist from Santa Fe, New Mexico explores the expressive qualities of high-art basketry within the broad context of contemporary aesthetics. She creates totemic sculptures using textile techniques and patinated with waxes, tars and cement.

Patti Hill
Working in dyed and natural rattan often in elaborate twill patterns.

Joe Hogan
Irish willow basketmaker makes both traditional and contemporary baskets using colorful willow he grows himself. He offers finished baskets and instructional workshops at his own studio in Loch na Fooey, Co. Galway, Ireland as well as at various international basketmaking events.

Jan Hopkins
Basketmaker from Everett, WA creates contemporary baskets and vessels using nontraditional materials such as citrus skins, black bamboo, silver dollar seed pods, lotus pods and fish skin.

Flo Hoppe
Popular author and workshop leader at basketry conferences. Her books Wicker Basketry and Contemporary Wicker Basketry are standards in round reed basketry instructional texts. Contemporary Wicker Basketry has been released in a new second edition.

Tilford Hord
Similar to the five generations of Illinois basketmakers who have harvested their materials from the land on which they have lived, Tilford uses white oak, red elm, walnut and hickory.

Lissa Hunter
Lissa lives and works in Portland, Maine exploring the coiled basket form for sculptural possibilities far beyond its traditional beginnings. She has taught coiling, embellishment, design and creativity for many years throughout North America. Her work is in the collections of The Museum of Arts and Design in New York, The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and The Renwick Gallery of The Smithsonian Institution, among others.

Rae Hunter
Basketmaker from Lindbrook, Alberta, Canada uses gathered, natural materials to weave traditional, contemporary baskets and sculptural forms.

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