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2021 Workshop Updates

The Basketmaker’s Month: How to Harvest Autumn Plants for Basketry: DECEMBER

Tuesday December 7th 6:00 – 7:30pm EST

I’m excited to be trying out a new type of offering – an 1 1/2 hour zoom class and Q&A session all about what plants are in season right now and how to harvest, process, store them, and anything else you might want to know! Click the link above to get all the details on signing up for this class. I’m really looking forward to being able to help those who are excited to get harvesting and want all the tips and tricks on how to respectfully harvest from the land!

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Community of Baskets

2022 Wild Basketry - 9 Class Natural Basketry Program with Katie Grove


Are you inspired to develop a deep connection to the art of basketry and the abundant plant materials in our natural landscape? Do you want to learn how to go out into the forests and fields, identify and gather materials, and weave baskets? Join this 9 month program to connect to your creative self and the natural world while learning the ancient skill of basketry. 

2022 Workshop Calendar

Learn to weave a basket, get to know the plants in your natural landscape and connect to your creative self.

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Schedule a Private Workshop

In 2022 I will be taking a break from private workshops for the most part. If you want to inquire anyway feel free to reach out and I can put you on a list for when I have more time for these!

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Basketry and Plant Dye Tutorials

Tutorials, tips, and inspiration for finding, processing, and using all sorts of natural materials on my blog. You’ll also find info about basket weaving, plant dye recipes, and an in depth look at my process as a basketry artist.

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About Katie Grove

Going out into the forests and fields, harvesting materials from nature, and sitting down in the sun to weave a basket is  my idea of a perfect day! I am an artist and educator based in the Hudson Valley of New York and my passion is to create art  that is inspired by nature. I also teach nature-based art workshops on basketry and plant dyes, where I create an environment in which individuals can explore self-expression while learning how to identify, use, and appreciate locally available natural materials. When I’m not teaching I am either working on my fine art, participating in gallery shows and residencies, or traveling.


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Wild Basketry: a 9 month journey of harvesting and making with the plants all around us

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Fine Art Basketry and Nature Inspired Art

In addition to teaching workshops on basketry and plant dyes I have a strong background in fine arts. Many of my paintings, drawings, and mixed media sculptures incorporate natural materials are all inspired by a deep love of nature.  I regularly show my art in venues throughout the Northeast and participate in artist residency programs. Here is a sample of what I do and for more please visit my fine art website here

I also have several ongoing series of work that is very directly inspired by the plants and materials of basketry. In this work I take the traditional and non-traditional basketry materials and simply explore, follow my instincts, and develop pieces that inspire viewers to appreciate the natural world around them. 


Have any questions? Want to schedule a workshop? Or just talk basketry? Email me at

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