Charleston Sweetgrass Basket Tradition Fights for Survival
In an article for “The State” newspaper, Caitlin Bird examines how, “Today, these makers, who call themselves sewers, speak of a discouraging reality intertwined with a personal quest to keep a Gullah tradition alive.” (Photo of Betty Manigault).
Jean Poythress Koon
For the last decade I have been exploring the potential of combining of salvaged metals and coiled pine needle basketry to create sculptural forms. It has been a good artistic fit and has become my voice – a… Read More