It was a great week at Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, in Williamsburg, MA. There was coiling and twining, cobbling and looping, amidst much chatter and a lot of laughter. What a great group of makers!
It was a great few days in Scottsville, a hexagonal weave with interlacing workshop, sponsored by The Basket Maker's Catalog. Beth Hester was a hostess extraordinaire.
It was a fun workshop at Philis Alvic's studio in Lexington, KY!
What a fabulous week we had at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We were a great group. Lots of learning, sharing, experimenting, and laughter!
It was Road Scholar Week at Snow Farm.
What a fun time was had! And what fabulous baskets were made!
I am very pleased to be the featured artist in Cindy Stephens' Artist Blog.
Check it out here.
It was a lovely day at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center here in Brattleboro, Vermont. It was a workshop for art educators, sharing basket skills that can continue to be shared. A special bonus was that we were surrounded by the paintings of Wolf Kahn. Special thanks to Linda Whelihan, Education Curator Extraordinaire, for helping to make this happen!
The Summer issue of the fabulous Zoom magazine, from the Sunshine Coast of BC, Canada, features both our exhibit, "Beyond the Basics," as well as images from our Bias Plaiting workshop.
Thanks, Edmund Arceo, Designer, Photographer, and Publisher Extraordinaire.
It was a fabulous few days at the MAFA (Mid Atlantic Fiber Association) conference!!!