Joe Hogan

The colours of Hogan’s native landscape around his homeland of Loch na Fooey have profoundly impacted his natural style. Weaving baskets since 1978, Hogan embraces established traditions as a starting point to explore new techniques and designs. Exhibited across Europe, his creations are resonant with both environmental and artistic concerns.

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Homage to the Tree
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Tribute to the Eagle
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Primal Energy Nos. 3, 4 and 5
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Ebb and Flow
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Funeral Ceremony Pod
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Large Pouch on Three Weathered Gorse Wood Limbs
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Long Pouch with Horn
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Cast a Cold Eye
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From Pete's Gift, Pod on Fork of Holly Wood
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Horns and Wings
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Large Pouch with Folded Arm
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Deer Horn Pouch, Red Deer Antlers
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Large reclining pod on ash wood and small reclining pod with stone
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Three Reclining Pods
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Drift Wood Pouch with Indented Stones
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Pod on Long Stone from the Mountain
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Hipped Vessel
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Camber Vessel
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Esker Vessel
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Inner-Cut Camber Vessel
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Flection Vessel
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Flection Vessel
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Esker Vessel
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Shoulder Vessel
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