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“The title of this piece is from one of my favorite old Christmas Carols called “Welcome Here”. It’s a cheerful and inviting song. I wanted the wreath to be a beautiful and intricate cut-metal design that appears to come forward and be presented as a symbol of welcome, home and hospitality. The wreath is dominant, but it’s also lacy and airy — almost musical in the repetition of its pattern. I think the contrast of dark rust against her white dress makes an interesting relief. Welcoming friends and family into our homes at any time of year, and particularly the holidays, is a universal joy. Welcome Here celebrates this tradition."
A warm welcome from me to youGracious$20.00Description
The pineapple is a familiar symbol of gracious hospitality. Accents of gold emphasize an extra-special welcome... comfort among friends.
I'm so grateful for your friendshipGrateful$33.00Description
Mi casa es su casa, My house is your houseMi Casa$20.00Description
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You have a sweet heart!Sweetheart$20.00Description
"I like working with patterning and pierced metal. The wreath has always been a symbol of hospitality and welcome, and this wreath is kind of decorative—it's light and lacy and feminine. The sentiment is light-hearted... It's a little endearment; a way to say thank you, or let someone know she's special."
Surrounded by the warmth of family and friendsWarm Embrace$23.00Description
"Warm Embrace is about what fills our senses in the summer—the feel of sunshine on your skin, the smell of freshly mown grass, the sound of insects, the taste of home-grown tomatoes—all that comes with summer. A warm embrace by family and friends can somehow, magically, provide these same sensations... no matter what time of year."
A gathering of blessings
"I like the double meaning of the word 'gathering'... of materials to form into a wreath, or gathering together with friends and family.
"The wide, glossy green leaves of the magnolia tree are a nice change from the evergreen—to express welcome and appreciation."
- Interior packaging: recyclable paper pulp
- A gathering of blessings