“Through the years, her jewelry business has continued to grow as well. Her work is available for sale at the Asia Society and Museum Asia Store in New York and monthly at the Ballston Arts Market in Arlington. In recent years, several of her pieces have won international honors.
Her newfound faith has influenced her art in a major way, she said. She sees making jewelry as a kind of meditation. Taking inspiration from her Chinese heritage and a deep respect for nature, she tries to create jewelry that is eco-friendly, using sustainable materials like bamboo and recycled silver. Often her pieces depict flowers, fish and other animals.”
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