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Ancient Knots, Modern Style: Macrame by Rope and Root

Friday April 6, 2018

2320 Wisconsin St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110






Steve Hamlin

Phone: 505-821-2739
Website: Click to Visit

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See Annalea Hart's collection of macramé creations from cotton rope and botanics ranging widely in complexity, size and purpose.


Annalea Hart of ROPE & ROOT combines a love for the centuries-old art of handcrafted macrame with the natural beauty of 100% cotton rope and botanics to create knotted works ranging widely in complexity, size and purpose. See her collection of macramé creations from 5 pm to 8 pm on Friday, April 6, at Hip Stitch, 2320 Wisconsin NE, as part of the April ARTSCrawl program.

The term macrame is Arabic, meaning 'fringe', and the art itself was popularized in the 13th century by Arabian weavers. Its esteem as an art medium in the U.S. has varied. Some of Annalea Hart’s work is inspired by macramé designs from the U.S. in the 1960s and 1970s, but her true loves are edgy, fine-art sculptural pieces ranging from wall hangings to commercial installations to even stage design. See more at