Harvest Yarn

Wood, D.
April 2002
Surface Design Journal;Spring2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p25
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the life and work of fashion designer Jeung-Hwa Park in the U.S. It states that the most prominent elements in the work of Park are color and texture that affect how observers view her craft. It is noted that the structure of the fabric comprises layers of philosophy adopting horticultural metaphor in order to blend with the daily and seasonal environmental changes. It is further noted that the adoption of yin/yang's concept influenced Park in gaining harmony, balance and resolution to create unity from the different elements of her craft.


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