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Jeremy Frey, Basketmaker, Indian Township, Maine

Jeremy Frey, Basketmaker, Indian Township, Maine
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Jeremy Frey’s baskets aren’t just works of art, but small monuments to perfection. He splits brown ash into thin strips, then weaves them into a creation that’s both feather-light and sturdy. He may spend up to a month creating a single one; pricing starts at about $95 and averages $300. Look for Jeremy at Bar Harbor’s Native American Festival at College of the Atlantic on July 5 (207-827-0391); at the Abbe Museum on July 12 (26 Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor; 207-288-3519); or at the Common Ground Country Fair, September 19-21 (Crosby Brook Road, off Route 220, Unity; 207-568-4142).

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