Leon Niehues

Leon Niehues

Spirit of the Birch Tree basket made with porcupine quill and birch bark by Dawn Walden, Ojibway. at Jane Sauer Gallery, Santa fe, New Mexico

Spirit of the Birch Tree basket made with porcupine quill and birch bark by Dawn Walden, Ojibway. at Jane Sauer Gallery, Santa fe, New Mexico

functional leather trim on tote

functional leather trim on tote

Columnar basket by Maeda Chikubosai II on artnet

Columnar basket by Maeda Chikubosai II on artnet

Leon Niehues is a studio basketmaker living and working in Huntsville, Arkansas. His baskets are made from the young white oak trees that grow in his immediate area of the Ozarks. While using traditional splint techniques, he has added innovative ideas, new construction methods, and simple design elements that dramatically change his oak baskets into exciting contemporary pieces.

Leon Niehues is a studio basketmaker living and working in Huntsville, Arkansas. His baskets are made from the young white oak trees that grow in his immediate area of the Ozarks. While using traditional splint techniques, he has added innovative ideas, new construction methods, and simple design elements that dramatically change his oak baskets into exciting contemporary pieces.

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Sharon Dugan, Sedona basket

Sharon Dugan, Sedona basket

Ribbed basket by Mary Hettmansperger

Ribbed basket by Mary Hettmansperger

Basket weaving

Basket weaving

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