Basketmakers, Basket Artists, Basketweavers and Fiber Artists from around the world
with Last names beginning with X,Y,Z.
This Russian birch bark basketmaker is profiled on Linda Braun's Baskets, Etc. site.
Vladimir specializes in double walled, diagonally plaited baskets. Vladimir
co-authored a book with Flo Hoppe and Jim Widess on Russian birch bark basketry
with Birch Bark.
Originally from Japan and now living in the USA, this basketry artist uses the
traditional bamboo and lacquer of Japanese flower arranging baskets, adding
cedar root from his adopted environs to invent intricate sculptural shapes and
forms. His work is also shown at galleries such as
Working in willow, almost entirely to commission, Roy designs and creates all
his own baskets. He teaches a variety of workshops in willow basketry in and
around Bristol, England.
Maker of award winning baskets handcrafted of Maine brown ash in the tradition
of the Maine woodsmen, Shakers, and Native American basketmakers. Miniature,
swing handle baskets, pack baskets, creels, purses, carriers, and lidded
Using caribou, moose and Sitka black tail deer antlers Bonnie Zirkle, from Palmer, AK weaves ribbed antler baskets and bowls. Custom work using your antlers is available through her business, Moose Wallow Antler Baskets and
Contemporary basketmaker from Berea, KY uses black willow bark collected near
her Kentucky home to weave, plait and twine baskets that evoke tradition while
appearing timeless. She exhibits in juried shows nationally and
she offers workshops in the materials and techniques she employs.
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