Triangular Dish by Maggie Henton
9207mh Triangular Dish, Maggie Henton, dyed cane and copper wire, 3.75" x 19" x 19", 1992. (signed and dated)
UK Maggie Henton trained in textiles. Her interest in the structure of weaving and the creation of three-dimensional forms led her to work with cane and
making baskets. She found she could dye and weave the cane as easily as a textile fiber, She often mixes found materials such as wire and plastic with cane. This weave pattern was developed from the study of South-East Asian weaving techniques. A similar work is found in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.