A Reductive Art

Brown, Glen R.
September 1998
Ornament;Autumn98, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p44
The author reports on the career of jewelry designer Donald Friedlich. The way in which Friedlich uses light in the pendants and broaches he creates is discussed. Exhibitions which have been held featuring Friedlich's jewelry are mentioned. According to the article, Friedlich created some of his favorite pieces of jewelry when he was being spontaneous.


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