Basketmakers, Basket Artists, Basketweavers and Fiber Artists from around the world
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Pam has since traveled to Thailand with the Royalwood tour and has made 9 trips to Alaska since 1998, to learn Pine Needle Basketry from Jeannie McFarland and Native Haida weaving with Delores Churchill. She also goes to harvest and prepare her own western red and Alaskan yellow cedar barks and Sitka spruce root. Pam teaches around the country at conventions. She also teaches in her private studio in Waterford,
WI when she is not on the road.
North Carolina Folk Heritage award winner and gifted basketweaver in the tradition of
the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Eric lives in central New Hampshire and has been involved in traditional basket making for over twenty years. His love for working with wood and the black ash tree inspired him to experiment further in the art, where he started creating his own contemporary designs that combined the elements of the Shaker and Nantucket baskets.
Nationally recognized basketmaker and instructor
with nearly 20 years of basketmaking experience. She is best known for her Shaker-inspired double wall baskets woven of black
ash and functional totes with handcrafted
A Clifton, Louisiana Choctaw longleaf pinestraw basketmaker.
Willow artist, teacher and craft worker from Hexham, Northumberland, UK offers a
range of ornamental and functional willow structures for both indoors and
outdoors. Located in North East England.
Basket artist from the UK who combines German basketry traditions and
English basketry techniques in her baskets of unpeeled colored willow rods.
Paula is a fourth generation
Penobscot basketmaker from Exeter, ME. She leads workshops in ethnomathematics
that incorporates the techniques of basketmaking. She offers her black
ash woodsplint and sweetgrass baskets in her shop called Penobscot Baskets and Collectibles.
A brown ash Maliseet basketmaker from northern ME. Fred learned
basketmaking from his ancestors, who learned it from their ancestors. His work
features twill patterns, including the quadrifoil in designs inspired by
locations in his native state of Maine.
Asheville, North Carolina resident Matt Tommey uses wild, rustic, natural
materials including natural vines (kudzu, wisteria, grapevine), branches (birch,
oak, ash & poplar), long leaf pine needles and poplar bark to create traditional
and contemporary baskets. Workshops are available.
Maker of Nantucket Lightship baskets offers a range of basic shapes and
Karen creates one-of-a-kind art baskets many using techniques in metals.
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