BASKETS BY JOSE' OROSCO
Jose' Orosco, an artist weaver of Austin, Texas, has donated these baskets for sale to benefit the Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land. The entire purchase price is tax deductible. Ahe'hee'--many thanks, Jose', for your generosity and kindness. You may also contact Jose' Orosco via email: <email@example.com>
Jose' wrote: "I'd like to be described as a modern basket weaver who through dream interpretation realizes his art."
"Dark steps basket" (MBM-172) held in the artist's hand. "...the baskets are made of yucca elata and devils claw or dyed yucca (the same materials used by the Anasazi)." [SOLD]
MBM-176. "Eating bowl," 5.25 in. diameter x 2.75 in. high, tightly coiled willow twigs, natural and dyed yucca. SOLD.
Write to: Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land, P.O. Box 543, Newton, MA 02456
Three miniature baskets woven of yucca and devils claw on a willow twig base:
MBM-172. "Dark steps bowl," 1.5 in. diameter x .75 in. high, $35 [SOLD]
MBM-173. Arrow or stepped cloud design, 1.5 in. diameter x 5/8 in. high, $35. [SOLD]
MBM-174. Step design, 1-5/8 in. diameter x .75 in. high, $35. [SOLD]
MBM-177. Soft bowl, 4 in. diameter x 2.25 in. high, natural and blue-dyed yucca on a hemp foundation. $45.
Inside view.Basket bottom.
MBM-175. 2.25 in. diameter x 1-3/8 in. high, natural and dyed yucca (black and red) on a willow twig base. $45.
MBM-178. Soft olla-shaped basket woven of natural yucca on a hemp foundation, 2.5 in. high x 1.5 in. diameter opening, $55.
Prices do not include shipping and insurance, which is usually by priority mail.
Baskets ©2001, Jose' Orosco. All rights reserved.
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