3 Sisters Art Exhibit!

Please note that the baskets shown below have been temporarily taken off the market in order to be displayed and offered for sale at the “Three Sisters – In The Garden” exhibit, taking place at the Boxx Gallery in Tieton, Washington. The exhibit starts on Saturday, November 3, and will be open each Saturday through November 24th. If you are in the area, please stop by and see these items and more, firsthand.

The Boxx Gallery will donate 30% of all exhibit sales to The Highland Food Bank!


Made from a repurposed embroidery hoop for handle and rim, wild clematis ribs, and round reed weaver

Dimensions: 7″W x 6″D x 6″H

Held For Exhibit

“Glorious Grass” Mini-Basket

This tiny gem is woven from wild clematis for the smooth handle and rim, Ornamental grass for the God’s Eye that joins the handle and body, Morning Glory vine (an invasive plant here in the PNW), and stripped clematis for the center of the body.

The seed heads of the grass add a whimsical touch of sculptural interest as well as a taste of the wild nature of the materials that are harvested sustainably, hand-cured and woven in the same vicinity as they grow, keeping the carbon footprint of this basket as tiny at it is itself.

Held For Exhibit

paper basket

“Paper View”

Made from recycled paper rings, twisted paper cord, and braided plant fiber.

Dimensions: 12″W x 12″D x 12″H


 $ Sold

“Feeling Grapeful”

Made from grapevine, split reed, round reed, morning glory vine, bean vine, and clematis vine.

Dimensions: 9″W x 8″D x 14″H

Held For Exhibit

“Bean There”

Made from grapevine, honeysuckle prunings, morning glory vine, bean vine, corn husks, reed, and bullrushes.

Held for exhibit

“Inner Skin”

Inner bark of Jefferson Maple tree broken in a windstorm, woven with split reed.

Dimensions: 4.5″W x 4.5″D x 16″H

Held For Exhibit