- Basket Sewing at Red Bays. Armstrong, Mabel // Faces;Oct2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on the basket sewing craft of Sara and her mother at Red Bays in the Bahamas Islands. Preparations made for basket sewing; Materials used; Importance of basket sewing in the island.
- Weaving Livelihoods. M. B. // Metropolis: Architecture Design;Dec2015, p32
An image of designer Matali Crasset weaving a Bulawayo gourd basket with a weaver at the Bulawayo Home Industries in Zimbabwe is presented.
- CONTINUITY AND CHANGE: BASKET c. 1934. // Fine Art of California Indian Basketry;1996, p99
A chapter from the book "Fine Art of California Indian Basketry" is presented. It features the works of Lena Frank Dick, one of the best weavers of the Washoe tribe. Her three-rod coiled gift baskets were inspired by the degikup style baskets created a by fellow Washoe Datsolalee. Commentaries...
- MICHAEL DAVIS. Davis, Michael // Fiberarts;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p26
The article features a basket designed by the author. The basket, which measures 17 by 23 by 17 inches, is made of 2,000 pieces of painted, clipped, pine needle tips. The author uses geometric, abstract patterns to create a dimension that maximizes his renewed emphasis on color. To achieve...
- ABRAM COHN: FIRST INDIAN ART PATRON: DAT-SO-LA-LEE CARSON CITY, NEVADA. Stern, Norton B. // Western States Jewish History;Summer2009, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p659
The article presents a brief biography of the late 19th century Jewish American businessman and art patron Abram Cohn of Nevada. Details are given reviewing several periods of Cohn's life and his accomplishments, including his career as a merchant, his support of the Native American artist...
- CASE STUDIES IN BASKETRY REPAIR: TWO ABENAKI SPLINT BASKETS. DE ALARCÓN, TESSA; O'HERN, ROBIN; PEARLSTEIN, ELLEN // Journal of the American Institute for Conservation;Fall/Winter2012, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p123
Two case studies on structural repairs to previously treated Abenaki splint basketry are discussed. The article includes a brief review of basketry technology and the history and techniques of loss compensation for splint baskets. The cultural background presented includes a discussion of...
- The Uncommon Vessel. Nishihara, Debbie // Bead&Button;Aug2005, Issue 68, p111
Presents an interview with basket maker and wire artist Marilyn Moore about her handiwork. Description of her art works; Aspects of basketry that appealed Moore; Educational background.
- Lissa Hunter: On Being Human. Cook, Molly Larson // Fiberarts;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p28
The article focuses on the basket works of weaver Lissa Hunter. Intrigued by the shapes and scale of the baskets as well as their familiarity and functions as containers, Hunter turned to basketry. Her baskets are highly decorated and imaginative. She applied thin paper skins to them which can...
- White Oak Basketmaking: An Appalachian Tradition. Law, Rachel Nash; Taylor, Cynthia W. // Fiberarts;Summer92, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p13
This article focuses on the tradition of white oak basket making in the Appalachian. It will seem magical for people unfamiliar with traditional white oak that the trunk of a tall tree can be transformed into flexible strips of wood. Generations of basketmakers in the Appalachian region have...