Searle, Karen
September 1996
Ornament;Autumn96, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p42
The author reports on the part in which theme plays in the jewelry created by jewelry designer LaDes Glanzer. According to the article, Glanzer's jewelry usually does not end up exactly as she intended. Glanzer's artistic training and her career as a professional jewelry designer are discussed. The way in which Glanzer incorporates texture and color into her jewelry is mentioned.


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