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Willow Tree Welcome Here
To all who enter, welcome here
“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."
Willow Tree MotherDaugher
Laughter with love... always
“When I think back to when my
daughter was growing up, what I remember most are the times we laughed
together. We share the same memories, the little funny things that, at
times, only we think are funny… Humor plays a big part in a
relationship. When you laugh together, it strengthens your connection to
each other. Even today, my favorite part about being a parent is
laughing with my children… pure and simple, we always have so much fun.
Just being together… doing ordinary stuff.”
Willow Tree We Are Three
It used to be just you and me, Now we are three - a family!
“Bringing a new baby home redefines a couple. They see themselves now as parents—with their own family. We are Three represents the incredible feelings of belonging and love for this new little person…”