All Things Considered VII (2013)

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A National Juried & Invitational Exhibition held in conjunction with the biennial conference Tradition and Innovation VII ~ Basketry Today, October 8 to 13, 2013, at the Arrowmont School of Arts &  Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Sponsored by National Basketry Organization, Inc.

Exhibition hosted by Sandra J. Blain Galleries at Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, August 24 – October 19, 2013, and the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts, November 20, 2013 – February 26, 2014.

Project Director, Curator: Jo Stealey. Jurors: Steve Cole & Emily Zilber

The show featured benchmarks in excellence in traditional and sculptural basketry that demonstrate superior technique, and original concept and design. This traveling exhibition is comprised of baskets of the highest caliber, craftsmanship and technical ability, which speaks to intricacy of expression, intimacy of design, visual excitement and communication that highlight tradition and stretch the imaginations of the viewer to new insights of the scope basketry in the 21st century.

Artists included in the exhibition are: Linda Allen, Sally Anaya, Dona Anderson, Pamela Becker, Lanny Bergner, Danielle Bodine, Lauren Bristol, Clay Burnette, Ann Coddington Rast, Donna Crispin, Sharon Dugan, David Dusina, Kathey Ervin, Sue Fedenia, George Fitzpatrick, John Garrett, Polly Jacobs Giacchina, Jennifer Heller Zurick, Lissa Hunter, Christine Joy, JoAnn Kelly Catsos, Nancy Koenigsberg, Katherine Lewis, Jennifer Liston Dykema, Kari Lonning, Dorothy McGuinness, Nathalie Meibach, Marilyn Moore, Kathryn Rousso, Ann Coddington-Rast, Lois Russell, Amanda Salm, Josh Simpson, Nadine Spier, Jo Stealey, Polly Adams Sutton, Elizabeth Whyte Schulze, Matt Tommey, Don Weeke, Peggy Wiedeman, Peggie Wilcox, and Nanette Wood.

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