The National Basketry Organization is pleased to announce the faculty and workshops for our 9th Biennial Conference, Tradition & Innovation In Basketry IX.
Always a pleasure to see how one color can impact art. “One Yellow Cube” by Nathalie Miebach is one of the colorful artworks found this week on Carol Eckert’s “Contemporary Basketry” blog.
“Paper Translations” is the third exhibition of the work of eight Western Washington artists who transform machine and handmade paper into artist books, sculpture, jewelry, baskets and other visual objects. Exhibiting NBO members Dona Anderson, Danielle Bodine, and Dorothy… Read More
Juried Exhibition ALL THINGS CONSIDERED 9 American Art Company Tacoma, Washington July 20 – September 2, 2017 Sally D. Francisco Gallery Peters Valley School of Craft Layton, New Jersey TBA Society of Arts + Craft 100 Pier 4 Boston,… Read More
NBO artist Jane Herrick has had two works selected for INTERWOVEN: Neo-Mimbreno Clay and Fiber Explorations. The McCray Gallery at the Western New Mexico University is hosting this international exhibit, juried by artist, curator, lecturer, printmaker and professor Jaune Quick-to-See… Read More
The colorful antler baskets of Cathryn Peters were recently featured at the First Stage Gallery in Virginia, Minnesota. Peters began her weaving career repairing cane seat and wicker furniture. She goes by the handle, WickerWoman and conducts workshops throughout the country…. Read More
“Paper Transformed II” is the second exhibition of the work of eight Western Washington artists who transform machine and handmade paper into artist books, sculpture, jewelry, baskets and other visual objects. NBO members Danielle Bodine and Dorothy McGuinness are… Read More