Dona Look (b. 1948) is a basket maker who works in Algoma, Wisconsin where she lives with her husband Ken Loeber and their son Reid Loeber. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh in 1970.
She collects the bark from the regionís birch trees, uses it to weave her baskets and sews them together with silk thread. She has exhibited her work at the American Craft Council fairs for over 20 years with her husband, Ken Loeber. She has received two fellowships from the NEA and her work is represented in the collections of the American Craft Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, the White House collection, the Arkansas Arts Center, and the Erie Art Museum.