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In its 14th year, the annual bazaar is expanding its mission to highlight innovation and high fashion within folk art traditions, from flower-petal dyed scarves from India to Amazonian basketry with mesmerizing patterns and symmetry.
In its 14th year, the annual bazaar is expanding its mission to highlight innovation and high-fashion within folk art traditions, from flower-petal dyed scarves from India to Amazonian basketry with mesmerizing patterns and symmetry.
The rotunda will feature the tribe's native basketry.
Visitors will find fine arts and handmade crafts including drawing, painting in oils, watercolors or acrylics, fibers, floral, glass, jewelry, handmade soap, metal work, photography, pottery, basketry, ceramics, sculpture and woodworking.
The linear structure of bamboo basketry maintains a remarkable clarity.
Hannie combines ceramic with pine needle basketry, as well as copper sculptures that also combine ceramic and weaving.
Artwork available for purchase includes wall hangings, sculptures, basketry, wearable art, 3-D figures, weaving, and hand dyed fabric.
Cane work, or cannage, the distinctive, open-weave basketry material of thin rattan strips often used for seating on chairs and home furnishings, can be traced back to ancient Egypt.
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