Suzye Ogawa

I have been combining traditional metal and basketry techniques for over 30 years. I am primarily self-taught in lost wax, metal, jewelry and basketry techniques. The melding of hard and soft materials and my Japanese American heritage now… Read More

Tressa Sularz

I am a fiber artist who lives and works in Minneapolis. I create sculptural forms utilizing ancient basketry techniques. My work embodies motion and transitions. Some pieces are curving forms which suggest movement like ripples in water and… Read More

Jan Thomas

The Feminist Art Movement of the 1970s in conjunction with the resurgent interest in Fine Crafts as art, elevated woman’s domestic crafts and decorative arts to a viable artistic means to express the female experience and to enact… Read More

Rachel Chambers

My work focuses on use of found materials and inventiveness.  Looking to biology and geography as my inspiration, I am creating landscapes and sculptures of texture and …

Jacinthe LeCornu

I weave natural fibers to create baskets to gather provisions for life. Baskets were once used in our shared human history to collect more while foraging or for storing food for winter use. I connect to this history… Read More

Marcia Morse Mullins

  Marcia Mullins has been working with black ash for more than 30 years. She learned traditional indigenous techniques from Mike Sagataw, a Potawatomi elder with a deep reverence for honoring the ancestors’ knowledge. Following Mike’s teachings, Marcia… Read More

Sharon Dugan

Why? For the love of baskets, period. Well, not period. For the love of form, texture, black ash splint, concept, process, connection, history. Many years ago I followed in my mom’s footsteps weaving “fanny” baskets with reed until… Read More

Christine French

As an artist, one of my art forms is basketry, and it is not traditional basketry. Baskets with Attitude is a series of non-functional vessels that I have invented. This series had its birth in the crafts classroom… Read More

Melinda West

  “Natural and wild places have always been a source of inspiration fueling my spirit and imagination.” Melinda West, of Indianola Washington, has been practicing the art of plant fiber weaving since 1985. She has studied with many… Read More

Arlene Eubanks

Arlene is an award winning fiber artist from Washington State with a studio on Breckenridge Bluff overlooking the Grays Harbor Estuary. A 12-piece collection was chosen for the Washington State Centennial opening at the Ocean Shores Convention Center…. Read More