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More to Consider 1

Highlights of the inaugural member exhibition,”More to Consider 1″, at the 2015 NBO Conference in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Entwined – NBO Members at the MUSEO

Rewild Portland – Environmental Art and Craft

Welcome new NBO member Rewild Portland, an environmental education focused organization serving Portland, Oregon and the surrounding wild and rural communities. Their mission is to create cultural and environmental resilience through the education of earth-based arts, traditions, and… Read More

All Things Considered VIII

Juried Accepted Artists - All Things Considered VIII

Accepted Artists Announced

Alice Ogden

Nesting Swing Handled Black Ash Baskets by Alice Ogden

Alice Ogden of Salisbury, New Hampshire, is a traditional black ash basket maker.

Kavango Weavers

Open Basket Bowl by Kavango weavers

Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog picturing the creations of The Kavango weavers of Namibia who create unique coiled baskets of naturally dyed palm fronds and gathered grasses.

Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art

Tanioka Shigeo - Wind From a Long Distance

Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog highlighting Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art a touring exhibition featuring 17 artists, currently on view at Florida Institute of Technology and will be exhibited in Ukiah, California this summer.

Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Image courtesy and © Tjanpi Desert Weavers and NPY Women’s Council http://www.mca.com.au/exhibition/string-theory-focus-contemporary-australian-art/

Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog picturing the creations of the women of Tjanpi Desert Weavers in central Australia who create extraordinary sculptural works and baskets with gathered native grasses and raffia.

Basket Case II Exhibition, National Gallery of Zimbabwe

Basket Case II Exhibition - National Gallery of Zimbabwe

Carol Eckert shares a post from her blog picturing the Basket Case II Exhibition, National Gallery of Zimbabwe highlighting collaborative works blending Zimbabwean weaving traditions with contemporary art and design.