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Around You Musical, sculpted by Susan Lordi | Willow Tree

Around You Musical

...just the nearness of you
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  • Faceless couple figurines sitting down holding hands in all white sitting on round white pedestal with music sheet and blue background
  • Man and woman figurine in white sitting holding hands on round large plaque and tan paper below it
  • Couple figurine sitting holding hands on white round plaque
  • Man and woman figurines holding hands on cream raised rock pendant
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Around You Musical

...just the nearness of you

Product Details

  • 7”h hand-painted resin musical. Rotates and plays Tchaikovsky's ”Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet”
  • Figure of couple seated across from each other, touching heads and hands. Man in cream shirt and dark pants; woman in cream dress with full skirt. Figure affixed to round, cream wood base, carved with filigree of hearts, containing musical element
  • Packaging box includes enclosure card for gift-giving
  • Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents

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About this Piece

This tender sculpture of young lovers is now a Musical, playing Tchaikovsky's familiar "Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet". As the figures turn around each other, you get a different understanding of their shared feelings from every angle. The musical base is carved with a pattern of hearts and swirls, adding interest and elegance. “I wanted to sculpt a young couple, finding romantic love – the butterflies and uncertainty, the chemistry and electricity – discovered when you’re in each other’s presence. I wanted the piece to be tender and intimate, elegant and quiet… Since the pose is derived from dance, I also wanted it to appear to have movement as you look at different angles. There are three touch points – their fingers on both hands, and the tops of their heads. I like this bit of connection… the tingly excitement and shared energy that comes from moments together with a new love.” –Susan Lordi

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