Basketmakers, Basket Artists, Basketweavers and Fiber Artists from around the world
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In her work Ann uses twined linen to create a small curious shape which reflects her
concern of how the body interacts with the mind. See more of her work
Owner of Red Mountain Basketry in Cameron, MT. Contemporary basket artist
who incorporates natural materials into her compositions including naturally
shed antlers and driftwood.
Alan S. W. Reed
Nantucket Lightship basketmaker working on the island of Nantucket.
Intricately detailed baskets, often with richly scrimshawed ivory by Lee Ann
Basket/vessel maker from Anchorage, Alaska using
gut. Has done extensive
research in those materials as they were/are used by Alaskan Natives. Author of paper:
"The Poor Man's Raincoat: Alaskan Fishskin Garments".
Using round reed this native of the state of IL, expresses the potential of the natural
corkscrew that the Archimedean curve creates.
Traditional White oak basketmaker from Mountain View, Arkansas. His site
includes a reprint of an article he wrote for Woodwork Magazine that describes
in depth the process of selecting a log, reducing it into traditional hand-split
oak basketmaking materials and making an oak basket.
Artist from New Oxford, PA uses knotting and other textile techniques over
carved and sculpted forms with rayon, cotton novelty yarns and artist dyed nylon
cords to create one-of-a-kind sculptural baskets.
Originally from Canada, Rosemary now lives in California. Her baskets, coiled or
twined, are contemporary translations of traditional techniques.
Contemporary fiber artist using materials gathered from nature, waxed linen, gem
and unique embellishments.
Tlingit Indian basketmaker from Sitka, AK. She employs self-harvested natural
materials such as cedar bark, pine needles and spruce root from her surroundings
in Alaska to create coiled, plaited and twined baskets.
Rossbach's innovative baskets are created of nontraditional materials in a unique and
Memory: Ed Rossbach (1914-2002)
FiberArts Magazine offers a tribute to the basketmaker, weaver, and
textile historian who changed the field of art in the fiber medium through his
writing, research and teaching.
Contemporary basket artist from Somerville, MA creates both functional and
sculptural baskets often using waxed linen and coiling technique.
Combining traditional skills with classical forms to create contemporary pieces of art
this Saxtons River, VT artist uses black ash to create her baskets with
accents of sweetgrass and porcupine quills. Her pieces are mold woven, feature curl
embellishment, beading and found object embellishment, double wall construction and stunning coloration. View
the artist's work on her own web site as well as
2007 Teapot Invitational,
2007 Connectivity Basketry Invitational from
Cervini Haas Gallery.
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