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Visit with Cindy Hsu Zell

Sculptor Cindy Hsu Zell shares her bright, Los Angeles studio with us.

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“My work involves techniques in woodworking, soldering, rope-making, and dyeing, which requires the use of many tools.”

— Cindy Hsu Zell

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“My work was mostly focused on woodworking and metalsmithing before I started using thread. I found myself wanting to work with something softer and textural to contrast the rigidity of wood and metal.”

— Cindy Hsu Zell

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