Cedar spatulas, "Forest Kitchen"
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Reclaiming discarded pieces of fragrant cedar wood, Victor Hugo Lopez celebrates nature's generosity. He transforms it into a beautiful and set of three minimalist spatulas that showcase the wood's natural grain.
- 49 grams
- 0.1 lbs
- Spatula: 21.3 cm H x 4.6 cm W x 0.6 cm D
- Spatula: 8.5" H x 1.8" W x 0.2" D
- Large paddle: 21.4 cm H x 5.3 cm W x 0.6 cm D
- Large paddle: 8.5" H x 2.1" W x 0.2" D
- Medium paddle: 21.4 cm H x 4.9 cm W x 1.6 cm D
- Medium paddle: 8.5" H x 1.9" W x 0.6" D
Thieves killed Victor's youngest son just feet from his house in 2017. Victor and his son worked together in their workshop, making it hard for Victor to continue. Even though it is challenging for him, he continues his craft in honor of his son.
Woodworking had been an important aspect of Victor's community for many generations. Victor continues to teach his son and grandson his techniques so they can continue to preserve the craft for generations.
Victor feels blessed to be able to reach so many people without having to leave his country. Most of his income is through NOVICA and he relies on it to provide for his family.
With the help and support of his family, Victor has been able to grow his business and provide a better life for himself and his family.
Victor was recognized for his work and received a scholarship to study microenterprise management in Oregon.
This artist is an elder master and continues to actively practice their craft.
Victor's work was featured in a catalogue of Guatemalan handicrafts.