Benesh, Carolyn L. E.; Liu, Robert K.
December 1992
Ornament;Winter92, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p112
The authors comment on the artists featured in the periodical "Ornament," and the stimulation and subjects that they provide. They also discuss the New Year and the need to reflect on our lives and revel in the blessedness that renewal brings. The authors are looking forward for the New Year, with positive anticipation, sense of purpose and energy.


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