Basketmakers, Basket Artists, Basketweavers and Fiber Artists from around the world
with Last names beginning with L.
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This San Francisco textile sculptor, is a Professor at the University of California,
Davis. She uses orchard debris, park trimmings and street tree prunings for the
construction of her baskets, questioning our relationship to our environment.
Basket artist from Carlsbad, CA who exhibits and teaches
basketry incorporating pine needles, gourds, ceramics, driftwood and shells in
coiled, knotted and ribbed techniques.
Willow basketmaker from Latvia noted for his skeined willow baskets.
Basketmaker based in Cloghan, Co Offaly, Ireland who works with willow and
hazel. His site offers information about cultivating willow for basketry along
with a variety of finished willow baskets that are available for sale.
Nantucket Lightship basketmaker and author of two books related to Nantucket
Lightship Baskets of Nantucket
Scrimshaw the Whaler's Legacy offers customized finished baskets as well as
classes in Nantucket Basketmaking.
Abenaki Black Ash basketmaker from St. Johnsbury, VT.
Contemporary artist from Memphis, Tennessee working in knotted nylon and glass beads.
Willow basketmaker located in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, USA.
She has a small farm named Dunbar Gardens where she grows much of the willow
used in her baskets. She offers finished baskets, willow basketry supplies,
willow basketry workshops and willow basket making demonstrations.
Nantucket Lightship Basket maker and teacher from Nantucket Island, MA.
Full time studio artist living in Boulder, CO creates sculptural vessels she
calls "katagami baskets©". They combine basketry traditions and
classical forms with pictorial katazome style handcarved stencils in paper and
Personal web page of this contemporary basket artist from Ridgefield, CT
known for her dyed rattan "hairy technique"
basketry designs. Author of
The Art of Basketry.
Birch bark basketmaker from Wisconsin uses white birch bark to create sculptural
plaited, paneled and stitched baskets that have a classical, yet contemporary
feel. Dona participated in
Craft in America (book)
and is a featured artist in
Working in plaited and stitched White Birch, this basket artist is featured in
the White House Collection of American Crafts.
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