Ashley Bennett-Stoddard’s pendants are handcrafted “mini sculptures” that reflect her artistic heritage - she is the daughter of the late, world-renowned sculptor Bob Bennett. Each of her handmade pendants are are based on concepts that have significant meaning to Ashley, whether it be her commitment to a non-profit cause, raising awareness of a social issue, fostering personal growth and fulfillment, or reflecting on the beauty of nature and our planet.
The "Image Reborn" pendant was created as a symbol that encompasses the important work that this group does. The heart represents love and the flower represents the hope in healing.
"Flight" was created for the YWCA in Salt Lake City, Utah. The design represents using all that you have learned to FLY, and developing the skills to help others. Everyone needs an angel looking out for them.
The artist was inspired to create "Dragonfly" by a friend who suffered from domestic violence. In the 1920’s. people would paint a Dragonfly symbol on the side of their home to show that it was a safe place to go if you were being abused.
Available in both Pewter and Silver.
"Longevity" Chinese Chops: Wishes for a long life.
"Monica's Hope" was created for a friend of the artist that is battling leukemia.
The "Tree Lady" pendent symbolizes the strength of a woman - always grounded, giving and reaching to the light.
"Love Whole Heart" as created for a dear friend of the artist during her battle with brain cancer. The pendant symbolizes her love for life and the river.
The "Snowboard" pendant was created in the Fall of 2010. The imprints on these pendants are from the last fallen leaves before the first snow. The artist created this design based on her excitement for one of her favorite sports, and one of her favorite seasons in northern Utah.
These are just a sample of the line of handcrafted pendants created by Ashley Bennett-Stoddard. Please click the link below to view her full line of hand-sculpted pendants.