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Melissa Hirsch - Fibre Art at the Cape Gallery, Byron Bay Australia

An organically-shaped bamboo facade installed at a German art museum

to coincide with the exhibition 'roots. indonesian contemporary art' at the frankfurter kunstverein, joko avianto has wrapped the museum façade in a monumental bamboo weaving.

Baya Weaver working on a marvelous nest.

A Baya weaver (Ploceus philippinus) builds a nest in a betelnut tree on the outskirts of Guwahati city, north-east India. Weavers are known for their elaborately woven nests, which are built by the males

Matt Tommey's Art Baskets. Matt's handcrafted baskets are a whimsical collaboration of traditional Appalachian forms and wild, rustic, natural materials including natural vines (kudzu, honeysuckle, bittersweet, wisteria, grapevine) and bark (poplar, hickory, mimosa and others). His interpretation of rib baskets and other traditional shapes offer a heartfelt nod to his roots in Appalachian basketry while offering a contemporary expression that is all his own.

Matt Tommey, Artist, Sculptural collection including 5 bark and vine nested in laurel branch

Matt Tommey, Artist,  Sculptural Piece - Basket nested in laurel branches. 16"x24"

Matt Tommey, Artist, Sculptural Piece - Basket nested in laurel branches…