Beth Crabb

beth-crabbBeth started weaving in 1991 at Crete Nebraska, and learned Willow weaving in Saskatchewan. She is largely self-taught, and enjoys creating her own designs. Her work in watercolour and clay influence the development of her weavings. Beth has been teaching basketry workshops for ten years in Moose Jaw, as well as at the Saskatchewan River Valley Art School in 2009, 2010, and 2011, and the Shuswap School of Carving and Arts in 2010 and 2011. Her baskets have been exhibited in Moose Jaw at Yvette Moore’s Gallery, Creative Photographics, the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery, and Lumsden’s Letterbox Gallery. In 2007 she was selected as one of three artists to represent Moose Jaw in Ottawa on July 1, to celebrate Moose Jaw as one of the Cultural Capitals of Canada. Her weavings are in collections across Canada. Beth’s classes are focused on fun, learning, and exploring your colour and textural choices, while developing your skills as a basket weaver.


Phone: 306.692.6667

Gallery representation:
Traditions Handcraft Gallery, Regina, SK