Reka Gottlieb

Reka Gottlieb

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Budapest / I'm a fashion and accessory design student.
Reka Gottlieb
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Contemporary textile Jewellery,the jewelry label toubab Paris is just so artistic. The pictures from their last collection were already a hit among readers and followers.

Contemporary textile Jewellery,the jewelry label toubab Paris is just so artistic. The pictures from their last collection were already a hit among readers and followers.

woven metal jewelry, Mary Lee Hu

woven metal jewelry, Mary Lee Hu

MARY LEE HU-USA, is a masterful and passionate weaver of metal.  Mary has developed a refined use of the basketry technique of twining in high carat gold. Her formal use of design is her interpretation of ethnic art and architecture, with a focus on the power of pattern and repetition.” (Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, who represents Mary.)

MARY LEE HU-USA, is a masterful and passionate weaver of metal. Mary has developed a refined use of the basketry technique of twining in high carat gold. Her formal use of design is her interpretation of ethnic art and architecture, with a focus on the power of pattern and repetition.” (Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, who represents Mary.)

les bijoux indiscrets - Blog Les Bijoux Indiscrets - The golden thread: Mary Lee Hu

les bijoux indiscrets - Blog Les Bijoux Indiscrets - The golden thread: Mary Lee Hu

Neckpiece #5 | Mary Lee Hu.  1969.  Fine and Sterling silver

Neckpiece #5 | Mary Lee Hu. 1969. Fine and Sterling silver

LINE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. These raw materials can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, line can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety........Line is a point set in motion. Lines may be soft and lyrical, angular and assertive, fine and suggestive or bold and dynamic. They may be horizontal, vertical, zig-zag, straight, curved, dotted, wide or narrow.  Mary Lee Hu

LINE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. These raw materials can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, line can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety........Line is a point set in motion. Lines may be soft and lyrical, angular and assertive, fine and suggestive or bold and dynamic. They may be horizontal, vertical, zig-zag, straight, curved, dotted, wide or narrow. Mary Lee Hu

MARY LEE HU-USA  Neckpiece #26, Sterling silver and 14k gold. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery.

MARY LEE HU-USA Neckpiece #26, Sterling silver and 14k gold. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery.

Mary Lee Hu, Choker #48, 1979. Fine and sterling silver, 24k gold, and lacquered copper. Courtesy Museum of Fine Art, Boston

Mary Lee Hu, Choker #48, 1979. Fine and sterling silver, 24k gold, and lacquered copper. Courtesy Museum of Fine Art, Boston

mary Lee Hu : Twined 18K and 22K gold

mary Lee Hu : Twined 18K and 22K gold

Mary Lee Hu., Bracelet Twenty-two karat gold. 7.0 x 8.9 x 7.0 centimeters, 2002. Collection of Museum of Arts & Design, New York. Museum photographs by Douglas Yaple;

Mary Lee Hu., Bracelet Twenty-two karat gold. 7.0 x 8.9 x 7.0 centimeters, 2002. Collection of Museum of Arts & Design, New York. Museum photographs by Douglas Yaple;