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.

Donna Crispin : Cloth, Paper, Scissors Q&A

Donna Crispin - Woven Collar

#NBObasketartist Donna Sakamoto Crispin has been featured in an artist Q&A by Cloth Paper Scissors published by Interweave.

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.

McGuinness in TextileArt

Dorothy McGuinness TextileArt Around the World

Look for the basketry of Dorothy McGuinness in the book TextileArt around the World from Textile-link.

Amanda Salm

Profile of Amanda Salm who creates sculptural works with dyed and natural horsehair using a coiling technique.

Pamela Zimmerman

Pamela Zimmerman is a self-taught fiber artist, using mostly basketmaking techniques, not necessarily in a traditional manner. She admits to being obsessed with fiber, finding it difficult to restrict herself to any one material. Previously, Pamela was a… Read More

Peggy Wyman

I grew up in Idaho in the shadow of the Tetons and attended the University of Idaho. After graduating with a degree in mathematics, I moved to Southern California to begin a career in computers. Years later I… Read More