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Catriona Pollard | Lightness of Being Basketry Series

Lightness of Being: Series - Fibre Sculptures - contemporary basketry

Dvorin's "Urban Flora" is made of a plastic orchid pot, buttons and cable ties. Photo: Kate Cameron

Artist makes 'wacky' baskets from everyday items

Dvorin's "Urban Flora" is made of a plastic orchid pot, buttons and cable ties…

DIY Tutorial DIY Weaving / DIY Circular Weaving on Embroidery Hoops and Three Awesome Kid's Weaving Projects - Bead&Cord

diy basket-making I had forgotten how easy baskets were to make. Definitely a project I need to pick back up.

Circles and Curves  (2011)  H 55" W 27" D 6"  A twisted piece of bittersweet vine lies at the center of this weaving which has no beginning and no end. Woven with smoke colored reeds and spokes of different pastel colors, this large wall sculpture is both an intriguing piece and a stunning example of Tina Puckett's basket artistry. Circles and Curves can be hung either horizontally or vertically.

Circles and Curves style wall hanging by master basket weaver Tina Puckett -page 1 of 1

Contemporary Basketry: Mixed Materials

concepts, forms, materials, techniques, and processes related to basketry

Salish Basket made for John McClelland Jr., 1915-2010.  He was a visionary who truly lived and was the starter of cable TV, which was absorbed into Cox Cable.  He collected Native American basketry, and this was in his private collection. This basket is 10 inches high and 6 inches in diameter at the rim. I usually do not collect basketry that is newer, like this one that was made in the 1950's, but the provenance made me want to include it in my private collection.

Salish Basket made for John McClelland Jr., 1915-2010. He was a visionary who truly lived and was the starter of cable TV, which was absorbed into Cox Cable. He collected Native American basketry, and this was in his private collection. This basket is 10 inches high and 6 inches in diameter at the rim. I usually do not collect basketry that is newer, like this one that was made in the 1950's, but the provenance made me want to include it in my private collection.

CAROLE  HETZEL ~ Brendan Basket, No.369 ~ Doublewoven reed and stainless steel cable   9.5 x 15.5 x 15.5 in

CAROLE HETZEL ~ Brendan Basket, ~ Doublewoven reed and stainless steel cable x x in

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