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Making Ground at the Oxo Tower

Story added 4th Apr 2017

Image of Annemarie O'Sullivan, featured in Country Living Magazine, February 2017, Photographer Polly Wreford


Build basketry
tutor Annemarie O'Sullivan is currently exhibiting her latest work at the Oxo Tower on London's Southbank.

is a collaborative land-based project between basket maker Annemarie O’Sullivan, ceramicist Elaine Bolt and photographer Rachel Henson.

The project has been based at a former brickworks near Horam, East Sussex, where Annmarie grows willow beside derelict industrial structures and deep water-filled clay pits. 

Annemarie O’Sullivan makes baskets and woven objects and has a passion for seeing the making process through from source to finished piece. She uses traditional weaving and binding techniques, which help her create small-scale domestic objects through to larger-scale architectural forms.

The exhibition represents the culmination of the year-long Arts Council funded collaborative project and includes work made during the full length of the year, including newly released pieces. Annemarie's work also featured in a recent issue of Country Living magazine.

The exhibition is running at  until 11th June 2017.

Keen to master the art of basketry? Build run several basketry courses throughout the year.

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