American Crafts. Traditional and sculptural basketry. All Things Considered VII

American Crafts. Traditional and sculptural basketry. All Things Considered VII
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American crafts. All Things Considered VII: National Basketry Organization Juried Exhibition. The exhibition will be held at Fuller Craft Museum in basketry, November 23, 2013-February 23, 2014.


All Things Considered VII. Basketry.

The National Basketry Organization (NBO) is pleased to present All Things Considered VII, a biennial juried and invitation exhibition. The show is comprised of 44 baskets, 14 baskets by invited artists and 30 juried works. The show will originate at Arrowmont School of Arts & Craft in Gatlinburg, TN, August 24-October 19, 2013. The exhibition will coincide with the NBO conference Tradition and Innovation, October 8-13, 2013. A second venue for the exhibition will be held at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA, November 23, 2013-February 23, 2014. The show features benchmarks in excellence in traditional and sculptural basketry that demonstrate superior technique, and original concept and design. This traveling exhibition is comprised of baskets of the highest caliber, craftsmanship and technical ability, which speaks to intricacy of expression, intimacy of design, visual excitement and communication that highlight tradition and stretch the imaginations of the viewer to new insights of the scope basketry in the 21st century.

Artists in the Exhibition: Artists included in the exhibition are: Linda Allen, Sally Anaya, Dona Anderson, Pamela Becker, Lanny Bergner, Danielle Bodine, Lauren Bristol, Clay Burnette, Ann Coddington Rast, Donna Crispin, Sharon Dugan, David Dusina, Kathey Ervin, Sue Fedenia, George Fitzpartick, John Garrett, Polly Jacobs Giacchina, Jennifer Heller Zurick, Lissa Hunter, Christine Joy, JoAnn Kelly Catsos, Nancy Koenigsberg, Katherine Lewis, Jennifer Liston Dykema, Kari Lonning, Dorothy McGuinness, Nathalie Meibach, Marilyn Moore, Kathryn Rousso, Ann Coddington-Rast, Lois Russell, Amanda Salm, , Josh Simpson, Nadine Spier, Jo Stealey, Polly Adams Sutton, Elizabeth Whyte Schulze, Matt Tommey, Don Weeke, Peggy Wiedeman, Peggie Wilcox, and Nanette Wood. For additional information about the artists included in the show see:

Fuller Craft Museum, New England’s home for contemporary craft Museum Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Thursday 5:00 – 9:00 pm.

Fuller Craft Museum 455 Oak Street Brockton, MA 02301.

Public Reception: Sunday, December 15, 2:00 – 5:00 pm with a lecture at 2:00 pm with exhibition artist & NBO president Lois Russell.

Reception: Free with admission. Lecture: Members $7 Nonmembers $14. Call and reserve your spot today 508.588.6000.

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