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"Noovo" lotus blossom tops, cedar bark ostrich shell & waxed linen by Jan Hopkins - via janhopkinsart.blogspot.ch

"Noova" made of lotus pod tops, yellow cedar bark, ostrich shell beads & waxed linen via Jan Hopkins Art - (would work well with warty gourd and pine needles)

Дары природы, обретшие новую жизнь: необычные скульптуры Jan Hopkins - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

brown - sculpture - fiber art - Jan Hopkins - “In Motion”Grapevine, - waxed linen and Alaskan yellow cedar bark

Judith Olney- I love the use of copper wire in this

Judith Olney- I love the use of copper wire in this

“Vibrant” - orange peels, waxed linen, yellow cedar bark, ostrich shell beads and lotus pod tops, -  Ken Rowe,

Jan Hopkins, Vibrant orange peels, waxed linen, yellow cedar bark, ostrich shell beads and lotus pod tops. Photo by Ken Rowe

Jan Hopkins Art: Basketry-1

"Vibrant" by Jan Hopkins, Made of orange peels,waxed linen,yellow cedar bark, ostrich shell beads and lotus pod tops

Northern California Polychrome Twined Basketry Bowl | Karok, possibly the work of Elizabeth Hickok, the lobed, squash-shaped vessel tightly woven, the medium brown form decorated in yellow and dark brown half-twist overlay of vertical stacked triangle and linear devices

Northern California Polychrome Twined Basketry Bowl | Karok, possibly the work of Elizabeth Hickok, the lobed, squash-shaped vessel tightly woven, the medium brown form decorated in yellow and dark brown half-twist overlay of vertical stacked triangle and linear devices

Корзины и вазы из сосновых иголок

Lynn Van Couvering, Sue Van Couvering Lindsey Uribe, at Moonbug Studio in Southern Oregon I know this kind of pine baskets

Illusions in Red

A Japanese twill woven basket, dyed with iron oxide dye, henna and madder. The dots are layered three to four times to make them pop.

Trinket Catcher, a colorful woven bowl by Tina Puckett

Medium bowls by master basket weaver Tina Puckett - page 1 of 2

Within by Jan Hopkins, 2002 (materials: Alaskan yellow cedar, waxed linen, and agave leaves)

Dawn Walden | Random Order of Anishnaube

Dawn Walden - Random Order of Anishnaube, Contemporary Basketry: High Fiber: Racine Art Museum

Clay Burnette |  'Purple Tripod' Pine needle

Clay Burnette - ‘Purple Tripod’ Pine needle I realize it's not clay but I like how it relates to clay vessels.

Resultado de imagen de Waxed Linen Basket Weaving

Resultado de imagen de Waxed Linen Basket Weaving

Yellow Zipper by Joanne Russo

This is the work of JoAnne Russo, contemporary basketmaker from Maine. This is part of her "Pod" series. What attracts me to her work is h.

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