Work by Wendy Durfey. More on Carol Eckert’s “Contemporary Basketry” blog. Each week a new theme, new artists, and new ways to look at the world of basketry.
Organized by the Cotsen Foundation for Academic Research (CFAR) with RAM, this traveling exhibition presents works commissioned by Lloyd Cotsen between 2004 and 2013 together with 22 large-scale fiber art pieces on loan. All work fits within a… Read More
NBO member Amanda Salm has been notified her piece, “Cruz” (above image) was accepted into a juried show opening in October in Como, Italy, in the former church of San Francesco. 230 artists submitted to Miniartextil with this year’s… Read More
Take a break and visit PET Lamps to read a colorful and informative article on the history of basket making. “Basketry is one of the most ancient crafts older than pottery or the carving of stone and probably… Read More
A history of American basketry from its origins in Native American, immigrant, and slave communities to its presence within the contemporary fine art world.
Ninth in a series of juried biennial exhibitions intended to show the full spectrum of work currently being executed by well-known and emerging artists in the United States.
NOW: Beauty and Paradox: 10 Northwest Artists explore contemporary issues through beautifully crafted paintings, sculpture, mixed media, and ceramic works designed to express deeper paradoxical meaning. Each artist employs her unique artistic expression: ironic, whimsical, even outraged to… Read More
When you join NBO, you join a lively community of people who care about the past, the present and the future of basketry in America. We invite you to watch the video for more information about membership… and… Read More
Please join with us in thanking and supporting these fine organizations for sponsoring the 2017 Tradition and Innovation in Basketry IX Conference:
NBO is pleased to invite NBO Members and conference attendees to show their work at the NBO’s biennial conference being held on the campus of University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. The exhibition, “More to Consider 2”,… Read More