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Polly Jacobs Giacchina * Fiber Sculpture

Polly Jacobs Giacchina * Fiber Sculpture

"Community" - 5 piece grouping of twined Kudzu and Poplar Bark Vessels.    http://www.matttommey.com

"Community" - 5 piece grouping of twined Kudzu and Poplar Bark Vessels. http://www.matttommey.com

Fish Trap by Marlene Yalandj (Arnhem Land)

Fish Trap by Marlene Yalandj (Arnhem Land)

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

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

Partnering with indigenous crafters throughout the African Continental, Design Afrika bridges the gap between local tradition and the wider world of design

African Baskets of Dramatic Proportion

Partnering with indigenous crafters throughout the African Continental, Design Afrika bridges the gap between local tradition and the wider world of design

James Mosier.....love the colors of this!

James Mosier.....love the colors of this!

*Art Basket - "Slow Twist" by Marc Jenesel (Raku, copper mesh / wire, dyed seagrass, smoked rattan, palm inflorescence, aventurine beads)

*Art Basket - "Slow Twist" by Marc Jenesel (Raku, copper mesh / wire, dyed seagrass, smoked rattan, palm inflorescence, aventurine beads)

'Sisters' (2011) by fiber artist Lizzie Farey (b.1962). Willow, 42.5 x 17.5 x 12 in. via Brown Grotta Arts

'Sisters' (2011) by fiber artist Lizzie Farey (b.1962). Willow, 42.5 x 17.5 x 12 in. via Brown Grotta Arts

COPPER CITY by Marc Jenesel and Karen Pierce

COPPER CITY by Marc Jenesel and Karen Pierce

Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto creates massive crochet installations reminiscent of the playgrounds by Horiuchi MacAdam, but in more muted tones. Strung from gallery ceilings, these strange little ‘nests’ offer an inhabitable space that can be either playful or quiet and comforting. Larger pieces encourage running and jumping, while the smaller ones are cocoon-like relaxation spaces.

Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto creates massive crochet installations reminiscent of the playgrounds by Horiuchi MacAdam, but in more muted tones. Strung from gallery ceilings, these strange little ‘nests’ offer an inhabitable space that can be either playful or quiet and comforting. Larger pieces encourage running and jumping, while the smaller ones are cocoon-like relaxation spaces.

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