Japanese Bamboo

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‘Listening to the Waves’ (Chōtō) – Takayuki Sakiyama,  2009

Ceramics – subdued palette, matt surface

Shio Kusaka Tomita Hiroyuki Rosenthal Art Deco vase, Germany Tones of neutrality Interior designs and decor of the fifties and sixties were furnished with bold, bright, primary colours, lush textures, trippy colour combos, striking patterns and forays into the futuristic, which created styles with a vivid presence that demanded attention. The glossy, high contrast, edgy imagery was incisive, provocative and revolutionary in feel which made it and appropriate fit for the the radical decade of…

mfa exhibit process curator "Fired Earth, Woven Bamboo" by Morigami Jin

Curator Anne Nishimura Morse Explains How an MFA Exhibit Is Created

Go behind the scenes at the MFA with the curator of "Fired Earth, Woven Bamboo" who discusses the process of making a 90-plus-piece art exhibit happen.

Wagumi-style basket from archives of Flying Cranes Antiques

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Wagumi-style basket from archives of Flying Cranes Antiques

The Sound of the Moon, 2005 By Nakatomi Hajime, Japanese, born 1974 Bamboo (madake) and rattan Selected technique: comb plaiting (thousan...

Celebrating the Next Generation of Japanese Bamboo Artists

The Sound of the Moon, 2005 By Nakatomi Hajime, Japanese, born 1974 Bamboo (madake) and rattan Selected technique: comb plaiting (thousan...

Polly Adams Sutton-Portfolio -Baskets

Polly Adams Sutton-Portfolio

Polly Adams Sutton-Portfolio -Baskets

Basketweave

Basketweave

Basketweave

Ravenwhimsy's Wonderful World

Beauty is my muse

Polly Adams Sutton-Portfolio
Hand WeavingWoven BasketsIndian ArtifactsHandmade CraftsFiber Art

Polly Adams Sutton-Portfolio

Polly Adams Sutton-Portfolio

Continuous Winds, 2004 By Nakatomi Hajime (b. 1974) Kyushu: born in Osaka, active in Beppu, Oita Prefecture Bamboo (madake) and rattan Selected techniques: thousand line construction, twining, diamond twill base H. 7 1/2 in x Diam. 15 in.

Masters of Bamboo: Japanese baskets and sculpture in the Cotsen Collection

Continuous Winds, 2004 By Nakatomi Hajime (b. 1974) Kyushu: born in Osaka, active in Beppu, Oita Prefecture Bamboo (madake) and rattan Selected techniques: thousand line construction, twining, diamond twill base H. 7 1/2 in x Diam. 15 in.

Contemporary Basketry: Gathered Materials, Basket for the Deer, Chris Drury

Gathered Materials

Alastar Heseltine Alastair Heseltine Anne Mette Hjornholms Anne Mette Hjornholms Water Basket, Nayda Smith Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery Basket for the Deer, Chris Drury Chris Drury Markku Kosonen Romanblog

KIbe Seiho Catalog by TAI Modern - issuu

KIbe Seiho Catalog

2009 Solo Show at TAI Gallery

Top 7 Reasons   to Purchase a Matt Tommey Sculptural Art Basket Rare:  Every basket is completely unique and no one else creates baskets like these. You're getting artwork that is truly...
Contemporary Rustic DecorWillow WeavingHand WeavingBirch Bark BasketsIdee Diy

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Top 7 Reasons to Purchase a Matt Tommey Sculptural Art Basket Rare: Every basket is completely unique and no one else creates baskets like these. You're getting artwork that is truly...

Asian Art Museum Online Collection

Asian Art Museum Online Collection

Asian Art Museum Online Collection

Gourd-Shaped Flower Basket (Hanakago), Tanabe Chikuunsai II (Japanese, 1910–2000), Timber bamboo and rattan, Japan

Tanabe Chikuunsai II | Gourd-Shaped Flower Basket (Hanakago) | Japan | Shōwa period (1926–89) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gourd-Shaped Flower Basket (Hanakago), Tanabe Chikuunsai II (Japanese, 1910–2000), Timber bamboo and rattan, Japan

Antique Japanese Ikebana Basket

Antique Japanese Ikebana Basket (item #1381054)

Antique Japanese Ikebana Basket

Basketry - Christine Adcock

Sunrise Nest Basket

The "Sunrise Nest Basket" is hand woven, using the "coil and stitch" technique. The material is Lecheguilla, the tough internal fibers from the leaves of the Spanish Dagger Agave, in Northern Mexico. The fibers are dyed with fabric dyes. As with all natural fibers, it is best to avoid direct sunlight, to prevent fading.