About the Book
Each work is annotated with a few words about its relationship to something Albers practiced or taught. Personal statements by each artist further reflect on Albers as inspiration. Published in the centennial year of the founding of the Bauhaus, this book, based on the exhibit shown at the Craft in America Center in Los Angeles, pays homage to the spirit and methods of Anni Albers and the Bauhaus weaving workshop.
Questioned for centuries, works made with fiber as their medium have engaged in the art vs. craft debate. Not here. The Weaving Workshop celebrates the process and the narrative of these works. Founded in 2016, Brittany Wittman McLaughlin created The Weaving Workshop to fulfill her desire to teach and share ideas on art and design. in a community is Vital to her creative life, she created a community to encourage others to express their artistic voices within a group of like-minded creative spirits.