Carol Eckert is one of only six artists selected to be in, “Fine Craft Invitational”, on exhibit through September 4, 2016 at the Foothills Art Center in Golden, Colorado. “Fine Craft is known for high quality artworks created… Read More
The works created by the twenty-two artists highlighted in the Hunterdon Art Museum’s newest exhibition, Interconnections: The Language of Basketry, include everything from stapled paper to fabricated metal. Some employ found objects, others utilize clay, linen, or wire…. Read More
All Things Considered VIII Exhibition, gallery of invited artists, including the conference faculty, previous Lifetime Achievement Winners, staff members and board members.
Jurors JoAnn Kelly Catsos and Perry Price selected 55 objects by 45 artists for the All Things Considered VIII Exhibition. In addition, 16 invited artists, including the conference faculty, will be part of the show.
Lindsay Ketterer Gates, a studio artist from Milford, PA, best known for her sculptural work. Her work is in many permanent collections including The Museum of Art and Design in NYC, and Yale University Art Gallery. Lindsay’s work… Read More
Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog highlighting Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art a touring exhibition featuring 17 artists, currently on view at Florida Institute of Technology and will be exhibited in Ukiah, California this summer.
Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog picturing the creations of the women of Tjanpi Desert Weavers in central Australia who create extraordinary sculptural works and baskets with gathered native grasses and raffia.
Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog picturing the Basket Case II Exhibition, National Gallery of Zimbabwe highlighting collaborative works blending Zimbabwean weaving traditions with contemporary art and design.
Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog picturing the work of Brazilian brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana who often employ basketry processes in their designs. TransNeomatic Bowls combine traditional wicker work with reused scooter tires.