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When I first saw Hannah Waldron’s weavings, I immediately noticed how uniquely she echoed the pioneering work of Bauhaus weavers Anni Albers and Gunta Stolzl. They, too, ingeniously combined abstract, geometric grids with whimsical wisps of color and vague allusions to landscapes and the tall chimne

When I first saw Hannah Waldron’s weavings, I immediately noticed how uniquely she echoed the pioneering work of Bauhaus weavers Anni Albers and Gunta Stolzl. They, too, ingeniously combined abstract, geometric grids with whimsical wisps of color and vague allusions to landscapes and the tall chimne

Gunta Stölzl was an extraordinary textile designer. She led the Weaving Workshop at the Bauhaus from 1926-1931, transforming it into an innovative and successful workshop that elevated the department they pushed women into (weaving being considered a woman's craft) into a innovative, successful department that treated weaving as art. She then moved to Switzerland where she continued her career as a designer and innovator. She also pianted - some of which became textiles.

Gunta Stölzl was an extraordinary textile designer. She led the Weaving Workshop at the Bauhaus from 1926-1931, transforming it into an innovative and successful workshop that elevated the department they pushed women into (weaving being considered a woman's craft) into a innovative, successful department that treated weaving as art. She then moved to Switzerland where she continued her career as a designer and innovator. She also pianted - some of which became textiles.

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