Elizabeth Runyon will have a solo exhibit, “Vessels: To Have and To Hold” at the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati August 12-September 9, 2016. Elizabeth is one of only nine solo exhibition proposals selected from 151 entries for Manifest’s 12th… Read More
Jill Nordfors Clark traveled to Lodz, Poland in May with Friends of Fiber Art for the opening of the 15th International Triennial of Tapestry exhibition, at the Central Museum of Textiles, May 9 to October 30, 2016. Jill… Read More
We were saddened to hear the news of Donna’s passing on February 5, 2019. Our condolences to her family and friends. Seaweed on the beach, cattails in a ditch, grapevines on a trellis, bark on a birch tree… Read More
Peeta Tinay’s baskets are a culmination of 25 years of experience in working with weaving materials, finishes and the technical aspects involved in antique wicker restoration.
“I am inspired by nature, animals, space and the concept of home. I especially like to explore the limits of reed, a traditional basketry material. I feel like my work is a dialogue with reed.” __Elizabeth Runyon
This installation by Karen Gubitz has been featured in Carol Eckert’s Contemporary Basketry blog post, In Threes. This installation was completed by Karen as part of her entry for ArtPrize – Grand Gathering, Installation for the Grand Rapids… Read More
#NBObasketartist Shannon Weber has been profiled by TextileArtist.org in an article entitled – All things wild and lost.
Instructor Natalie Miebach leads students through a nontraditional process of creating beautiful woven sculptures based on stories each participant created at a recent National Basketry Organization Conference.
The first solo exhibit of the work of #NBObasketartist Elizabeth Runyon, Twisted Traditions: The Contemporary Basketry of Elizabeth Runyon opens Oct. 30, 2014 at the Zanesville (Ohio) Museum of Art and continues through Dec. 6, 2014.
A future Mother-In-Law, and friend of basketmaker and NBO Board Member, Beth Hester wanted something special for the family’s upcoming rehearsal dinner party. So, Beth suggested they weave a basket around their antique Blue Mason Jars.