Barbara Shapiro in “Shibori Mini”

NBO member Barbara Shapiro will be exhibiting her piece “Coiled Sakiori with Yuki Ball” in the …

Dorothy Gill Barnes at the de Young Museum

Five works by NBO member and 2015 NBO Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Dorothy Gill Barnes are currently on display in the Art of Craft Gallery at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, California. “These vessels are created… Read More

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Quad-cities in the Radish

The National Basketry Organization is a non-profit organization that unites people interested in basketry to provide education and to promote basket making. Founded in the late 1990’s, the organization now has …

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

NBO Members in HGA’s “Small Expressions” Exhibit

Above from left: “Sierra Rock” by Nancy Briemle, “Off Balance” and “Paint Brush One” by Peggy Wiedemann. Click on images for detail.   Small Expressions is an annual, international, juried exhibit featuring high quality, contemporary small-scale works. Small Expressions is sponsored… Read More

Willow Bark Class

Follow the processing and weaving steps as Jennifer Heller Zurick teaches a willow bark weaving class at the 2013 NBO Biennial Conference: Tradition & Innovation in Basketry VII

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

ATC 9 on Exhibit in Boston

Presented by the National Basketry Organization, All Things Considered 9: Basketry in the 21st Century is the 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… Read More

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