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Remember, sculpted figure by Susan Lordi | Willow Tree

Remember

Always, I will remember...
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  • Young blonde girl figurine standing up wearing white dress and holding brown wire flower
  • Back view of red haired girl in white dress
  • Back view girl figurine in white dress with long red braid
  • Front view of blonde girl figurine in white dress standing holding black flower
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Remember

Always, I will remember...
$28.00

A gift to express sympathy, comfort, remembrance and healing.

About this Piece

"Her gesture could be a reference to memory of an event; a friend or loved one; or a significant point in a relationship. It can be a ‘miss-you’ piece — a symbol for when someone is absent, or given as a gift when you want someone to remember you. It can be a reminder of someone who is not with you, but still very present. This is a very personal piece in that it could represent an emotional time that is known or shared by just the giver and the receiver.” –Susan Lordi

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Product Details

  • 5.5”h hand-painted resin figure. Wire accent
  • Standing figure in cream dress holding drooping wire flower in her hand
  • 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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