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Angel of Mine, sculpted figure by Susan Lordi | Willow Tree

Angel of Mine

So loved, so very loved
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  • Faceless mother figurine wearing white dress holding baby to her neck
  • Side view of brunette girl figurine in white dress holding baby
  • Side view of brunette woman figurine in white dress holding baby
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Angel of Mine

So loved, so very loved
$46.00

A gift to celebrate new beginnings, new babies, new families… and the loving relationship that develops between mother and child

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About this Piece

"This piece is inspired by the memory of holding my children when they were really tiny … holding them so close that it involves all of your senses … the scent of the fuzzy head against your cheek, the skin-to-skin warmth, the realization that you can love another being so very, very much. I wanted to capture that sensory memory that every mother has from when she held her newborn infant—an innermost quiet joy. The sentiment has a lullaby feel to it.” —Susan Lordi

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Product Details

  • 8.5”h hand-painted resin figure
  • Standing figure in cream dress, holding infant in cream blanket to her chest
  • Packaging box includes enclosure card for gift-giving
  • Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents

Willow Tree® by Susan Lordi

Susan Lordi's artistic process is rather intuitive; she "sketches" in clay as she conceives, sculpts and carves each piece, always with a focus on gesture that speaks to the universal. By stripping down the essence of emotion to pure form, she opens the interpretation of each piece to the giver and the receiver. This one-of-a-kind approach to product creation makes her pieces truly individual... her hand, and her unique perspective, is evident in each sculpture.

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