During our workshop with Robert Ebendorf at the Southwest School of Art and Craft, Gary Schott (the metals department Chair) suggested to all the participants at the workshop to create a charm.
All the charms were used to make a necklace that we gave to Robert as a surprise thank you gift from all of us.
We all loved the idea and each one of the participants made a charm.
My charm was a little bronze clay tree of life that I attached to a copper background with a rivet and a tab.
I wanted to give Robert something that is close to my heart and that represents my work.
Robert was very surprised and overwhelmed by our gift. It was a pleasure to look at him while he was touching the charms and talking about each one of them. I was very lucky to be right next to him!
THANK YOU Robert for such an amazing experience!
Awesome! I'm so glad you had a great time and that you were able to experience this with him! Fabulous! Love your piece too!ReplyDelete
that's fabulous! What a treasure!ReplyDelete
that's very cool Lorena... it's definitely a little piece of each student. What a great gift!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful gesture, I'm sure he LOVED it. Yours is beautiful of course! RikiReplyDelete
I loved to read all your comments!ReplyDelete
Thank You for doing it!
Yes, I was fortunate to have this experience. He is truly a great artist and teacher.
Oh, Lorena...it looks like you all had a wonderful time! What a lovely gift. I can imagine his delight!ReplyDelete
That is a fantastic gift and I really love your charm. Are you going to make any to sell?ReplyDelete
I'm visiting your blog for the first time...found you through EtsyMetalClay. Your work is beautiful and very inspiring...just what I needed today! Thank you. PennyReplyDelete
Thank You !ReplyDelete
Connie: I will make more ;-) .
Penny: Thank You ! Great to meet you.
Wonderful! Such a beautiful gift!ReplyDelete