Sunday, January 25, 2009

A Word of Thanks to Ellen Amirkhan and Aaron Groseclose, Instructors of the Rug Course

Ellen Amirkhan
Aaron Groseclose

Dear Ellen and Aaron,

It is Sunday morning and I am home in Los Angeles. The CRS intensive course has ended, but what is left is a backpack of rug knowledge, insight, vision, good memories and of course finding seven other good friends with mutual interests. Couple of these young friends in their 20s, were really sharp and rug enthusiasts with bright future.

We all had a wonderful time there in your great place. Please thank Suzan, and Armen for their support, help and hospitality. Please do not forget to thank your personnel and colleagues for making it possible for us to see more rugs and learn more about each piece and type.

It was also a great pleasure to meet your dad Mirza Amirkhan in person. He has been an assest and live treasure to the industry. God bless him.

It was you and Arron who provided this opportunity for all of us to learn and enjoy. When I look back, this past week looks like a beautiful journey and a pleasant dream to remember for ever.

I will separately write in more details to Restoration Industry Association RIA to tell them how much we learned and enjoyed in this one-of-kind rug learning experience.

Truly yours,
Khosrow Sobhe
Los Angeles


Dave said...

What a Fantastic experience that must have been. Some very nice pieces shown, and excellent photographs! A

s always, you do a great job of making the RugMaster audience feel as though they are present.

Rug Ideas Dr. Kay Sobhe (Los Angeles) said...

Hi David,

Thank you very much for your kind words. I just visited your blog and liked the post on tufted rugs. These rugs may look nice when they are brand new, but they have several issues, specially with cleaning.

Khosrow Sobhe