Jeremy Frey

One of the foremost Passamaquoddy craftspeople of his generation, Jeremy Frey learned traditional Wabanaki weaving techniques from his mother and during an apprenticeship at the Maine Indian Basketmakers’ Alliance. His works are held by the Art Institute of Chicago, the Denver Art Museum, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., among others.

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Symphony in Ash
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Wayward
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Nearly Monochrome
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Nostalgia
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Urchin
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Guarded
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Inner Turmoil
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Exploration
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Confidence
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Third Generation
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Purity
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Urchin
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Yellow Red Cuboid Segmentation
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What We Hold: Pod 2
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Bloom XXX
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Steps
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Night
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My Babies
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Burl Vase
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R3 Table
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