My little friend Celeste has made several wee folk dolls and the latest is a miniature Yo Yo Ma. Celeste is studying cello and she had the opportunity to see him perform in Hyannis last week. The doll and a card were given to an assistant, who was to pass it on to Yo Yo himself. The doll is appropriately dressed in a black tuxedo, with wire rimmed glasses, holding a cut-out cello. Thank you, Celeste, for making such a nice gift and letting me share it. I’m sure that Yo Yo will be thrilled!
Great job Celeste – he is very cute – as is the real Yo Yo Ma – I love him too!
wow! well done celeste! it must make you feel good to know you are inspiring young talent!
How creative and cute is that? Celeste is a cutie, too. What a great idea she had!
Finally saw your work in person in Bratteboro, VT, this past weekend. So wonderful in person! Superb work! It was fun to remember when you made some of the pieces from reading your blog. (Watched the video, too.) Blogged it yesterday. What a wonderful venue for a show!
Helen, I’m so glad you made it to the show before it ended.
That is adorable! Thanks for sharing what the artist looks like too. I would like to try this with my 9 year old students in my class. Awesome!
How cute is that!? = )
Darling! What a creative little girl!
So cute, job well done. I am sure he will be loved