Tressa Sularz is a contemporary basket maker living and working in her home in Northeast Minneapolis. She made her first basket in 1972 after collecting baskets and has been making them ever since. She teaches at art centers, national basketry conferences, and similar venues, including guilds and other art related organizations. Tressa’s work is seen in Billie Ruth Sudduth’s book “Baskets: A Book for Makers and Collectors”, “Fiberarts Design Book 7”, and “500 Baskets”, and others. Her baskets are in the permanent collection of the Goldstein Gallery, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, and private collections.