“This cottage industry in Antequera began in 1911, tourism officer Maria Lorna Jadulco tells us. Initially, the Antequeranons only made baskets for their own use …
NBO is pleased to present the 2022 members-only exhibit, “Every 1”, online and viewable through December 31, 2023. View and Visit the Every 1 2022 Exhibition – Enjoy!
Those familiar with NBO online programs and member exhibits will know the names of these two artists recently selected to be designated among the 2022 American Craft Council Emerging Artists Cohort. “Through facilitated workshops, presentations, and conversations, these… Read More
(Photo by Kate Dearman) Inside her home studio on a quiet street in Lexington, Kentucky, the basket weaver and designer Emily Ridings turns out a breathtaking range of pieces that offer both contemporary flavor and old-fashioned high artistry:… Read More
NBO member Sherri West sent along this wonderful story to share with the basketry community: The Basket Weaver by DeAnn Rasmussen August 1, 2022 I learned to weave baskets in the early 1980’s, when I lived in Minneapolis,… Read More
The municipality of Maasin in the province of Iloilo promotes the use of native baskets as an alternative to single-use plastics at the same time highlights the town’s bamboo industry through its “Balik-Alat” program…
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I am a Contemporary Fiber Artist. My studio practice consists of wrapping, coiling, and stitching my materials into a continuous line contour of sculptural forms. I choose natural resources such as cotton, linen, and jute, which offer me a… Read More