NBO member Amanda Salm’s “Sinks” was acquired by the Monterrey Art Museum for their permanent collection. The piece was recently on display this past October in Salm’s “Currents + FLUX: Amanda Salm” solo exhibition.
Nancy Loorem Adams,’ sculpture Daphne was accepted into the Excellence in Fibers IV exhibition in print which will be published in the 2019 winter edition of Fiber Art Now. Carol Sauvion of Craft in America, Perry Price, the… Read More
NBO member Elizabeth Runyon is included in the juried exhibition of Fiber Art Now magazine’s Excellence in Fibers, currently on exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. Fiber Art Now magazine highlighted innovative, contemporary textile art… Read More
Above: Clasped Hands, 8″h x 13″w x 8″d NBO member Jackie Abrams collaborates with Deidre Scherer on an exhibition titled, “Human Textures”. This body of work expands my reflections on the opposites of tearing apart and piecing together, dividing… Read More
Danielle Bodine’s piece, Moonlight Flight category winner for “Installation Works” and Jan Hopkin’s piece, Sturgeon Moon category winner for “Vessel Forms/Basketry” in the Fiber Art Now magazine’s Excellence in Fibers will be on exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Quilts… Read More
Weaving Wellness: Art, Community, and Mental Health Resilience is an exhibit guest curated by NBO member Martha Bird. The exhibit started as a project when two baskets of Martha’s were acquired earlier this year by the Minnesota Historical… Read More
During the recent Handweavers Guild of America conference in Reno, Nevada, NBO member Nancy Loorem Adams was awarded two significant prizes in the Great Basin Basketry Exhibit. Congratulations, Nancy!
Book review by Lise Bech In 2007 Peter Juriga, a Slovak graphic designer and basketmaker published the book ‘Kosikarstvo’,- the culmination of many years of learning, practicing and writing about basketry. The book was of such a high standard… Read More
NBO member Danielle Bodine is exhibiting her sculptures along with other artists in the show “Terrain: Exploring a Common Ground” at MUSEO Gallery for the month of October. Please join the artists for the opening reception Saturday, October 6, 5-7pm…. Read More
Kristin Schwain, co-curator of “Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America” presents a lecture and slideshow, “Canastromania: Or How Basket Fever Transformed American Basketry from 1890 to 1940.” The event took place at the Whatcomb Museum in Bellingham, Washington,… Read More