Ukai, Nancy
March 1984
Ornament;Mar84, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p2
The article focuses on the work of Kyoyo Asao, a bead crafting artisan. The Japanese artist Kyoyo Asao specializes in recreating ancient glass beads, finding varied inspirations from the Egyptians and Chinese. His designs incorporate Chinese “tombo” flowers and Egyptian mosaic beads comprised of miniature stained glass windows.


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