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Bamboo Basket, 20th Century, Japan In Japan, utilitarian baskets became a form of artistic expression when the Japanese copied 9th-century Chinese baskets, being greatly influenced by Chinese art and crafts during this period. Today there are fewer than 100 living bamboo artists remain in all of Japan as it takes a decade to apprentice with a master and decades still to establish one’s own style and voice. Today’s artists are not really considered until they are in their 50s

Bamboo Basket, 20th Century, Japan In Japan, utilitarian baskets became a form of artistic expression when the Japanese copied 9th-century Chinese baskets, being greatly influenced by Chinese art and crafts during this period. Today there are fewer than 100 living bamboo artists remain in all of Japan as it takes a decade to apprentice with a master and decades still to establish one’s own style and voice. Today’s artists are not really considered until they are in their 50s

Snarl is a wallhanging woven sculpture by master basket weaver Tina Puckett of Winsted, CT

Snarl is a wallhanging woven sculpture by master basket weaver Tina Puckett of Winsted, CT

Arkansas fiber artist Leon Niehues. It is woven of white oak, stitched with waxed linen and accented with coral berry bush runners and machine screws.

Arkansas fiber artist Leon Niehues. It is woven of white oak, stitched with waxed linen and accented with coral berry bush runners and machine screws.

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