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Cynthia Minden Artist, Sculptor

Cynthia Minden Artist, Sculptor

willow platter - first project

willow platter - first project

Archeologic findings from childhood by Marijke Eken

yarnconfessions: Archeologic findings from childhood by Marijke Eken

Kari G Lonning | "Sea and Beaches" Basket woven with artist dyed, rattan reed using 100s of short pieces which are added as the basket is woven.

"Sea and Beaches" Basket woven with artist dyed, rattan reed using of short pieces which are added as the basket is woven. Dimensions: x of 5 baskets submitted for jurying to the Smithsonian Craft Show, April

Japanese Bamboo Basket |  Photo belongs to kwaraw's photostream on Flickr and is tagged with San Francisco 2009, Asian Art Museum.

Japanese Bamboo Basket | Photo belongs to kwaraw's photostream on Flickr and is tagged with San Francisco 2009, Asian Art Museum.

extraordinaire vannerie dans  les jardins du château de la roche-Jagu en Côtes d'Armor (Bretagne)

extraordinaire vannerie dans les jardins du château de la roche-Jagu en Côtes d'Armor (Bretagne)

Willow bird Stage 2 Once you've woven about 7 rods into your frame tip first you can start free weaving butt end first. Weaving over and under will hold the rod in place. it tends to look naff but keep going - leap of faith stage! Once 20-30 rods have been woven into your frame you can make a U- shaped pin of the legs. This is typically a really thick willow rod, or in this case two thinner rods bound together. Push the pin in at the top if the body wedging it

Willow bird Stage 2 Once you've woven about 7 rods into your frame tip first you can start free weaving butt end first. Weaving over and under will hold the rod in place. it tends to look naff but keep going - leap of faith stage! Once 20-30 rods have been woven into your frame you can make a U- shaped pin of the legs. This is typically a really thick willow rod, or in this case two thinner rods bound together. Push the pin in at the top if the body wedging it

Richard Deacon [UK] (b 1949) ~ "Keeping the Faith", 1992. Beech wood, epoxy glue (75 x 175 x 170 cm). | #art #sculpture

Richard Deacon [UK] (b ~ "Keeping the Faith", Beech wood, epoxy glue x 175 x 170 cm).

Mary Crabb | 'Copper Pod'  check out the edge where weaving splits, seems to have a sewn down quality

Mary Crabb | 'Copper Pod' check out the edge where weaving splits, seems to have a sewn down quality

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