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Basketmakers With K Last Names

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

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Donna Kallner
Full-time fiber artist and teacher from White Lake, WI specializing in ancient techniques such as needle lace using natural materials such as willow, Siberian iris, day lily, gourds and grasses.

Michael Kane
This on-island Nantucket Lightship basketmaker learned his craft from his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Reis, Sr. His work is known for its tight weave, lavish use of ivory carvings, scrimshaw, unique forms and impeccable craftsmanship.

Susan Kavicky
Accomplished black ash basketmaker from Island Lake, IL. Her site features photos of her baskets an artist statement and information on the workshops she offers from her home studio. Read Susan's review of the 2004 site-specific installation by John McQueen at the Racine Art Museum (RAM) in Wisconsin that was published in Fiberarts Magazine.

Mark Kelz and Beth Peterson
A husband and wife team from Cave Junction, OR who create "modern traditional" baskets of Oregon Ash (Fraxinus latifolia), which is similar to the eastern black ash. Their work is unique because of their intricately carved handles. Floral and animal designs on their handles are carved from a single piece of wood, not glued on afterwards.

Diane Kennedy
Basketmaker and teacher from Boyertown, PA uses natural materials, many of which she collects and prepares herself, in combination with round reed in her work. Roundwork techniques and natural dyes are featured in the work of this Pennsylvania artist.

Kenneth Kerry
White oak basketmaker comes from a long line of Louisiana basketmakers.

Louisa Keyser - a.k.a. Dat-So-La-Lee
Extensive biographical information about Dat-So-La-Lee who was a famous Washo (or Washoe) Indian woman basketweaver from the late 1800's and early 1900's. From the Nevada Women's History Project.

Jonathan Kline
An accomplished black ash woodsplint basketmaker from Trumansburg, NY. John's site covers the process of black ash basketry and offers natural and painted finished baskets for sale. The pictures are delicious. Country Living article about Jonathan Kline. For the contemporary side of John's work visit Jonathan Kline Sculpture.

Laurie dill-Kocher
Contemporary basketmaker and studio artist from Rochester, NY.

Aaron Kramer
Contemporary artist from Venice Beach, CA works with found objects, reclaimed trash, recycled and alternative materials such as scrap street sweeper bristles, coffee stirrers and strapping material to create woven and welded organic sculptural forms. Flickr photos tagged Aaron Kramer.

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