Mary Lee Hu
Mary Lee Hu an artist, as well as a metalsmith, is known for her intricate, textile-inspired woven wire works of jewelry. By incorporating her knowledge of fiber arts into metal work, Hu developed avante garde jewelry techniques in areas of coiling, wrapping, weaving, knitting, and twining wire. Her woven wire jewelry pieces include elements of symmetry and natural, elegant forms. Hu joined the American Craft Council College of Fellows in 1996. Hu’s works can be found in the collections of prestigious art institutions globally, including in the Victoria & Albert Museum, The American Crafts Museum, the Renwick Gallery, and more.