Peggy Wiedemann

Exploring Too by Peggy Wiedemann

As a contemporary fiber artist, I have a strong preference for natural fibers and materials. The shapes, designs and colors in the materials inspire the artwork. The wonderful thing about using natural materials, such as pine needles, is that they have a life and character of their own. I sometimes like to combine these natural elements with found objects.

Shannon Weber : Making It In Crafts II

#NBObasketartist Shannon Weber from Cottage Grove, Oregon is featured amongst 60 artists in “Making it in Crafts ll Invitational” at The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette ongoing until Dec 28th 2014. She has shared that she will start… Read More

Spirits Headed to Gravers Lane

Jan Hopkins "Spirits" Lunaria seed pod centers, weathered Hydrangea petals, cedar bark, ostrich shell beads, Tibetan prayer beads; waxed linen looped and hand sewn 10.5"l x 16"w x 16"h

#NBObasketartist Jan Hopkins announces a shift of venue for her piece Spirits.

Video: A Playful, Sculptural Approach to Basketry

Instructor Natalie Miebach leads students through a nontraditional process of creating beautiful woven sculptures based on stories each participant created at a recent National Basketry Organization Conference.

Elizabeth Runyon In First Solo Basketry Exhibit

Critter by Elizabeth Runyon

The first solo exhibit of the work of #NBObasketartist Elizabeth Runyon, Twisted Traditions: The Contemporary Basketry of Elizabeth Runyon opens Oct. 30, 2014 at the Zanesville (Ohio) Museum of Art and continues through Dec. 6, 2014.

Lanny Bergner

Lanny Bergner is a mixed-media sculptor, installation, fiber and sculptural basketry artist. Lanny has been creating biomorphic and geometric constructions and installations out of metal mesh since 1983. He maintains a studio on Fidalgo Island near Anacortes, Washington.

Elementals at Cavin-Morris

ELEMENTALS: WOMEN SCULPTING ANIMISM Nov 01, 2014 -- Dec 13, 2014

ELEMENTAL: Women Sculpting Animism Sculpture by Women Artists, November 1, 2014 – December 13, 2014 at Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY.

Considering the Kylix

Contemporary Interpretations of a Classical Form