American textile artist
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Nell Znamierowski is an American textile artist.Znamierowski was born in Amsterdam, New York. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Textile Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1953, and with a Fulbright Fellowship traveled to Finland to work at the School of Industrial Design, where she developed an interest in Rya rugs. During her career she has worked variously as a print designer, color consultant, and designer of woven fabric in addition to teaching at the school of the Brooklyn Museum of Art – where she also coordinated the fiber program – and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Works created or designed by Znamierowski can be found in the collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, and the Art Institute of Chicago; and she has been featured in many solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States. She is the author of a number of guides to weaving, including Step-by-step weaving: a complete introduction to the craft of weaving, including photographs in full color and Step-by-step rugmaking: a complete introduction to the craft of rugmaking . She has also written for numerous textile-based publications, including Craft Horizons, Piecework, American Craft, Handwoven, and Fiberarts, and has lectured widely and given workshops throughout her career.
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