Clay Burnette has been creating pine needle baskets for over 35 years and has exhibited his work in over 225 shows throughout the US. Clay splits his time between his job as Director of Grants and Fellowships at the SC Arts Commission and his fibers studio in Columbia, South Carolina.
Design: Four Perspectives Lanny Bergner – Harvest Vessel Stainless steel mesh, wire, silicone, 25″ x 18″ x 18″, 2014 The Snyderman-Works Galleries 303 Cherry Street Philadelphia PA 19106 Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 6 PM #NBObasketartist Lanny… Read More
Carol Eckert and Dorothy Gill Barnes are #NBObasketartist exhibitors in Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft ongoing until December 21, 2014 at Fort Wayne Museum of Art. This show’s stop at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art is… Read More
Lanny Bergner, John McQueen, Carol Eckert, Polly Sutton and Elizabeth Whyte Schulze are among the #NBObasketartist participants in an exhibit, The New Textiles, October 10 – November 15, 2014 at Mobilia Gallery. Mobilia has featured 20th and 21st century… Read More
The first ever digital bonus issue of American Craft, Material Crush features two NBO basket artists.
Profile of Amanda Salm who creates sculptural works with dyed and natural horsehair using a coiling technique.
JoAnn Kelly Catsos is an award-winning black ash splint basketmaker and teacher from Western Massachusetts. JoAnn’s designs are influenced by traditional Shaker and New England splint basketry, and woven on molds made with help from her woodworker husband,… Read More
Jennifer Zurick is a self-taught artist who has been professionally producing willow bark baskets since 1980. Her work has been featured in many regional and national exhibitions and in several craft related publications. The recipient of a 2010… Read More
My basket-making spans more than 40 years. I began by reading books but soon realized the value of studying and learning from experts. I have had the good fortune to spend time with a host of wonderful and… Read More