Posts Tagged 'bauhaus'

Anni Albers: Material and Meaning

When the Nazis closed the Bauhaus in 1933, Anni Albers and her husband, Josef, left Germany to accept an invitation to teach at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. Always fascinated with Pre-Columbian art during their time in Europe, the

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Anni Albers: Material and Meaning

When the Nazis closed the Bauhaus in 1933, Anni Albers and her husband, Josef, left Germany to accept an invitation to teach at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. Always fascinated with Pre-Columbian art during their time in Europe, the

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Pillows by Naomi Paul

Check out these beautiful handprinted pillows at Douglas + Bec. Artist Naomi Paul created this series of pillows called albers, inspired by the works of artist and color theorist Josef Albers. I love the simplicity and softness of the prints

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Pillows by Naomi Paul

Check out these beautiful handprinted pillows at Douglas + Bec. Artist Naomi Paul created this series of pillows called albers, inspired by the works of artist and color theorist Josef Albers. I love the simplicity and softness of the prints

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Former TAC Student – Anna Craycroft

Received a surprise email from a former TAC weaving student this past week. Anna Craycroft took Intro to Weaving about a year ago. She was very intent on focusing her energy on understanding drafts and patterns. She briefly described the

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Former TAC Student – Anna Craycroft

Received a surprise email from a former TAC weaving student this past week. Anna Craycroft took Intro to Weaving about a year ago. She was very intent on focusing her energy on understanding drafts and patterns. She briefly described the

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