Benesh, Carolyn L. E.
March 1983
Ornament;Mar83, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p2
The article features the works of Mary Lee Hu. It relates that Hu utilizes weaving techniques to achieve the effects which will bring the the successful realization of her jewelry. It also states that her attraction to pattern is based on the quality of beauty that it brings to an object, it is in her jewelry that love of pattern is more obvious than in other artists' work. Statements from Mary Lee Hu regarding her works are also offered.


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