ROMANCING the BONE: found object jewelry by KEITH E. LO BUE

Greenbaum, Toni
April 1999
Metalsmith;Spring1999, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p22
Features object jewelry maker Keith Lo Bue and his works of art. Description of Lo Bue's jewelry; Achievements of Lo Bue; Approach of Bue to jewelry making.


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