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Soar sculpted figure by Susan Lordi | Willow Tree

Soar

a time to reflect, a time to soar
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  • Faceless woman figurine in white dress holding up white bird in her arms
  • Side view of brunette woman in white dress holding up white bird
  • Small brunette girl figurine in white dress facing away holding up white bird
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Soar

a time to reflect, a time to soar

Product Details

  • 5”h hand-painted resin figure
  • Standing figure in cream dress holding a white dove on extended arms
  • 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

“The gesture of the figure and the bird communicates forward movement... being uplifted, moving onward; a release of hopes, dreams and spirit; of new beginnings and of endings; in celebration of a life... or in anticipation of a life together. This piece could be a way to express best wishes to someone who is taking a new path in life; on a road to recovery from illness or toward self-improvement... A hopeful symbol of peace for military families awaiting the return of their solders... An expression of sympathy to someone who has lost a loved one. The sentiment refers to the song Turn, Turn, Turn, written by Pete Seeger in 1959, adapted from the Book of Ecclesiastes. In the song, there’s a contrast in each example...‘A time to be born/die, plant/reap, laugh/weep’ and so on. I like the lyrical, repetitive nature of the phrasing. At significant milestones, we often pause and reflect before moving forward, so ‘a time to reflect, a time to soar’ seemed like a nice expression for this piece. —Susan Lordi

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