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Knot What You Imagine | The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop

Knot What You Imagine | The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop

Anni Albers, Study for Wall Hanging, 1926 "BUT MOST IMPORTANT TO ONE’S GROWTH IS TO SEE ONESELF LEAVE THE SAFE GROUND OF ACCEPTED CONVERSATIONS AND TO FIND ONESELF ALONE AND SELF-DEPENDENT. IT IS AN ADVENTURE WHICH CAN PERMEATE ONE’S WHOLE BEING. SELF-CONFIDENCE CAN GROW. AND A LONGING FOR EXCITEMENT CAN BE SATISFIED WITHOUT EXTERNAL MEANS, WITHIN ONESELF; FOR CREATING IS THE MOST INTENSE EXCITEMENT ONE CAN COME TO KNOW."

Anni Albers, Study for Wall Hanging, 1926 "BUT MOST IMPORTANT TO ONE’S GROWTH IS TO SEE ONESELF LEAVE THE SAFE GROUND OF ACCEPTED CONVERSATIONS AND TO FIND ONESELF ALONE AND SELF-DEPENDENT. IT IS AN ADVENTURE WHICH CAN PERMEATE ONE’S WHOLE BEING. SELF-CONFIDENCE CAN GROW. AND A LONGING FOR EXCITEMENT CAN BE SATISFIED WITHOUT EXTERNAL MEANS, WITHIN ONESELF; FOR CREATING IS THE MOST INTENSE EXCITEMENT ONE CAN COME TO KNOW."

Anni

Anni

Anni Albers, Design for a rug, 1925

Anni Albers, Design for a rug, 1925

Anni Albers, With Verticals, 1946

Anni Albers, With Verticals, 1946

Anni Albers was a textile designer, draughtsman and printmaker who was steeped in Bauhaus traditions, creating works based on color relationships and abstractions. Like other women on this list, Albers wasn't afraid to incorporate unusual materials -- paper and cellophane -- into her weavings to create a distinct aesthetic that explored art's ability to provide "stability and order" in life.

14 Women Artists Who've Changed The Way We Think About Design

Anni Albers was a textile designer, draughtsman and printmaker who was steeped in Bauhaus traditions, creating works based on color relationships and abstractions. Like other women on this list, Albers wasn't afraid to incorporate unusual materials -- paper and cellophane -- into her weavings to create a distinct aesthetic that explored art's ability to provide "stability and order" in life.

joseph and anni albers, 1968

joseph and anni albers, 1968

Anni Albers, Drawing from a notebook, (ca.) 1970 Pencil on paper. JAAF: 1994.10.130 25.4 x 19.685 cm (10 x 7.75 inches) The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, Connecticut

Anni Albers, Drawing from a notebook, (ca.) 1970 Pencil on paper. JAAF: 1994.10.130 25.4 x 19.685 cm (10 x 7.75 inches) The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, Connecticut

anni albers | letter

anni albers | letter

couturevultures: Anni Albers - Truth to Materials, The Design Museum, London

couturevultures: Anni Albers - Truth to Materials, The Design Museum, London

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