Tamar Guse is a fibre artist creating contemporary handwoven baskets and sculptures.
Fibre Art has captured her imagination with its texture, form and endless possibilities for creation. She is inspired by nature and this comes out in her artwork with the incorporated natural elements such as driftwood, vines and antlers. While traditional baskets are good for practising technique, her true passion is weaving sculptural forms that echo the environment around her.
Her future projects are to source local materials to weave with and botanically dye them. Tamar’s work has been featured in galleries and exhibitions throughout New Zealand.