NBO member and artist Lois Russell’s “NZ”, twined waxed linen thread, was named the winner in the Vessel Forms/Basketry category of the “Excellence in Fibers” exhibition. Excellence in Fibers is an exhibition of selected works drawn from the second… Read More
On view through October 15, Hickory, Ash & Reed: Traditional Baskets, Contemporary Makers showcases the work of contemporary basket maker Lois Russell and others, and contrasts them with historic baskets from the Society’s permanent collection. The work of… 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.
NBO members Elizabeth Runyon, Dorothy McGuinness, Peggy Wiedemann, Amanda Salm, Lois Russell, Lily Liu, and Martin Demaine have received notice that their work is to be included in Fantastic Fibers 2015
Congratulations to both Lois Russell and Kari Lonning who have each received an AWARD of EXCELLENCE 2014 at CraftBOSTON 2014.
Craft Forms 2014, the International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Crafts, will be on display at the Wayne Art Center from December 5, 2014 − January 31, 2015.
Comprised of 175 exhibitors, including Kari Lonning and Lois Russell, CraftBoston Holiday is a highly regarded, must-attend event for artists, collectors, and craft enthusiasts and a great place to start your holiday gift shopping. Presented at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood.
Five NBO members will have work in CraftForms 2014 at the Wayne Art Center in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Shown here are: Dona Anderson, Costume; Amanda Salm, Equilibrium; Lois Russell, Habitat: a.mellifeura; Nancy Koenigsberg, Rouge and Peggy Wiedemann, Hanging Out. The exhibition will… Read More
Fall’14 issue of Fiber Art Now magazine includes a feature article on Lois Russell’s twined waxed linen basketry titled Lois Russell: From Familiar Roots to Distinctive Style BY ADRIENNE SLOANE