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The Trash Army
 
It was in 1996 when HA Schult first came up with the idea of life–sized trash people as reflections of ourselves. Since then, he has wandered the globe with his army of "Trash People." Recently they make a final stop in the North Pole...
Bicycle Art
 
Bicycle reuse, bicycle furniture, bicycle sculpture, bicycle fences and more...
Amy Talluto
 
Looks like the beginning of a very healthy career!
Dewdrops on Dragonflies
 
Dewdrops on Dragonflies and Damselflies - amazing photos by Martin Amm...
Auto Parts Art
 
Will they be around as long as Stonehenge...or will we excavate and recycle? Auto parts inspiration...
Tires as Art
 
From refined sculptures to swings...tire inspiration...
Scott Marr
 
Nature based art made with natural colors from the Australian bush and pyrography.
Christina Bothwell
 
Glass offers an inner space and transmits light. Within each glass figure there is a smaller figure seen through the surface of the glass.
The Problem with Oil
 
Amazing photos by Edward Burtynsky...
Moss Art
 
Moss sculpture, graffiti, houses, walls, floors, furniture and more...
Banksy's Environmental Message
 
Banksy's Environmental Message...some powerful images...
VHS Tape
 
VHS, Cassette & Video Tape Art & other Practical Reuse Inspiration.
Suburban sprawl
 
What we reflect back to space...Christoph Gielen's photos and Google satellite...
Reverse graffiti
 
Reverse graffiti, clean graffiti, clean tagging, scrubbing inspiration. The industrial revolution has left a soot footprint...some are washing bits of it away...
Art from old books
 
Inspiration for old books...
Upcycled, Recycled, Reuse Eco Christmas Trees
 
Eco Christmas Tree Inspiration...
The Art of Bernard Pras
 
The art of Bernard Pras - Randomly amalgamated common objects.
Re-use and 99 Cent Store Art
 
Choi Jeong-Hwa is a Soeul, South Korea born and based artist who is considered the father of pop art installations. He integrates goods found and purchased from the local community where his work will be exhibited. In so doing he is making a statement as to each areas cultural influences yet is also clearly reminding us of our easy access to globalized goods and their distribution paths. Choi's work is all about consumption, portraying it with a sugar pop coating that momentarily takes away the ugliness of plastic, yet slaps us in the face with our over the top excesses.
Roa
 
Roa is a street artist from Ghent, Belgium. Very prolific, very good.
Zac Freeman
 
Zac Freeman's junk assemblages. Zac has been creating art from collected junk, found objects, and general trash since 1999. A master portraitist ... see the close ups...
 
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Willow Sculpture

Living willow structures or fences use live cut rods or withies, which are inserted in the ground, and they take root. Willow sculpture may use green wood but the rods are not planted, therefore the sculpture should be preserved if you desire your outdoor art to last more than five years.


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Queen at Faulkland Palace, 2012.
by Trevor Leat of Scotland.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Family Circle
by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Pearl
by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk



willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

The Siren's Call
by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Calgary Stag
by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Scone Stag by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Willow Alpaca. When delivered to its new home this life-sized willow sculpture of an alpaca caused much interest for the already resident alpaca herd. The willow sculpture has been treated with a linseed oil based preservative. By Caroline Gregson, UK. www.carolinegregson.com



willow sculpture

Life size Wicker Elephant, Glenkens, UK.
by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Willow Boar at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales created during a workshop for Welsh Basketmakers and other weavers as part of Basketmakers Associations Annual Summer Meeting, 2012. twistedhedge.blogspot.com



willow sculpture

Willow Sculpture, UK
Image by Stephen Wilkinson
www.trekearth.com


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Stagman, 2011.
by Trevor Leat and Alex Rigg.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Herne the Hunter
by Trevor Leat and Alex Rigg.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Willow Man, 12 metters tall,
Somerset, UK, by Serena de la Hey.
www.serenadelahey.com


willow sculpture

Willow sculpture - Boris the Spider
in Pakenham, UK, artist unknown.
Image by Karen Roe, www.flickr.com


willow sculpture

Willow Dragon
By Plas Helyg - Cassie and Nigel.
plas-helyg.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Chicken by Tim Johnson
timjohnsonartist.com


willow sculpture

Willow Hares high fivin,
at the Royal Hordicultural Siciety's Garden Harlow Carr. 
privetandconfidential.blogspot.com


willow sculpture

Tom Hare's Willow Hare.
www.tomhare.net


willow sculpture

Willow sculpture at Hobbledown, Epsom, Surrey, 10 meters long, by Michelle Cain. The dried willow sculpture is of one of the characters from the Hobbledown book namely Rumple Tump the dragon thingy. twistedhedge.blogspot.com


willow sculpture

Fox with Bango, Fox with Fiddle.
by Michelle Cain, Cambridge Folk Festival.
www.michellecain.co.uk


willow sculpture

Streching Willow Angels
By Michelle Cain at the Secret Light Garden at Picton Castle, 2011. twistedhedge.blogspot.com



willow sculpture

Feya by Joy Widdett
www.thesculpturebarn.co.uk



twig sculpture

Twig Woman at an Art Fair in Holland.
yannatry.blogspot.com



willow sculpture

Locally reclaimed willow branches and wire.
Stillness by Olga Ziemska, 69" x 155"
www.olgaziemska.com



stick sculpture

Stillness by Olga Ziemska
www.olgaziemska.com




willow sculpture

Summer Palace by Patrick Dougherty, www.stickwork.net
for many more Dougherty works see: inspirationgreen.com/stick-sculpture



willow sculpture

Tom Hare Willow Sculpture
www.tomhare.net



willow sculpture

Willow treehouse; part of a commission of play structures for children designed collaboratively with John Malkovich for his garden in Provence, France. Made with willow, hazel, mulberry, pine and rope, the tree houses are set in a walnut tree and two hazel bushes. The tree nest is 3 metres from top to bottom and is 3 metres off the ground. By Clare Wilks, currently of Brussels. www.clarewilks.co.uk



willow structure

Living willow structure created in 1998 in Aeurstedt, Germany.
Weaving live saplings together to form a domed cathedral space, architect Marcel Kalberer and his group Sanfte Strukturen are re-envisioning the way living building materials and techniques can be used. Over ten years after its construction, it still serves as a home for impromptu gatherings and community celebrations. www.studiogblog.com


willow sculpture

Dreaming Spires Willow Playhouse
by Judith Needham, 2.4 meters wide, £2,000.
www.judithneedham.co.uk



willow playground

Play Area by Tim Johnson, 2011.
Bitterne, Southhampton
www.timjohnsonartist.com


willow sculpture

Living willow ship at Harlow Carr Gardens, UK.
Via: www.growsonyou.com
See a pic of the ship with greenery here: gardenerstips.co.uk


willow sculpture

Wicker Sculpture - Viking Ship
by Trevor Leat.
www.trevorleat.co.uk


willow sculpture

Fairy fungi ring at Kew Gardens by
Tom Hare Willow Sculpture.
www.tomhare.net


willow sculpture

Lotus Seed - Kew Gardens
Tom Hare Willow Sculpture
www.tomhare.net


willow swing

Nestling - Willow Sculpture - Winner of RHS Best Show Feature at BBC Gardeners World by Tom Hare. www.tomhare.net



willow sculpture

Tom Hare Willow Sculpture
www.tomhare.net


willow sculpture

Willow Birdfeeders
www.backwoodswillow.com



For more images: see the Stick Sculptures page - inspirationgreen.com/stick-sculpture


Dry willow is biodegradable and within about five years will degrade if left outside exposed to the elements all year round. Placing the sculpture in a dry spot during the wettest months of the year will prolong its life span. Treat new sculptures with a linseed/turpentine mixture or another such safe preservative. Repeat annually. Make sure nearby plants will not be harmed.

Willow rods are 'grown' by coppicing. Coppiced wood is when trees or shrubs are repeatedly cut down to near ground level and then make new growth from the stump or roots.  Each year willow rods might grow up to ten feet, depending on species.


Books:

Living Willow Sculpture by Jon Warnes. This covers in detail, tools & equipment, weaving, joining, and pruning. It also covers construction of domes, wigwams, fences, chairs, tunnels and arbours. www.amazon.com

 


Willow cuttings for sale:

Washington State: www.dunbargardens.com
New York - kits: www.englishbasketrywillows.com
BC, Canada:  www.bluestem.ca
Kits and more, England: www.yorkshirewillow.co.uk
Cuttings: Gloucestershire, UK. www.thewillowbank.com
Check on ebay.



 

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Green Art Blog Additional Posts
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The Trash Army
 
It was in 1996 when HA Schult first came up with the idea of life–sized trash people as reflections of ourselves. Since then, he has wandered the globe with his army of "Trash People." Recently they make a final stop in the North Pole...
Bicycle Art
 
Bicycle reuse, bicycle furniture, bicycle sculpture, bicycle fences and more...
Amy Talluto
 
Looks like the beginning of a very healthy career!
Dewdrops on Dragonflies
 
Dewdrops on Dragonflies and Damselflies - amazing photos by Martin Amm...
Auto Parts Art
 
Will they be around as long as Stonehenge...or will we excavate and recycle? Auto parts inspiration...
Tires as Art
 
From refined sculptures to swings...tire inspiration...
Scott Marr
 
Nature based art made with natural colors from the Australian bush and pyrography.
Christina Bothwell
 
Glass offers an inner space and transmits light. Within each glass figure there is a smaller figure seen through the surface of the glass.
The Problem with Oil
 
Amazing photos by Edward Burtynsky...
Moss Art
 
Moss sculpture, graffiti, houses, walls, floors, furniture and more...
Banksy's Environmental Message
 
Banksy's Environmental Message...some powerful images...
VHS Tape
 
VHS, Cassette & Video Tape Art & other Practical Reuse Inspiration.
Suburban sprawl
 
What we reflect back to space...Christoph Gielen's photos and Google satellite...
Reverse graffiti
 
Reverse graffiti, clean graffiti, clean tagging, scrubbing inspiration. The industrial revolution has left a soot footprint...some are washing bits of it away...
Art from old books
 
Inspiration for old books...
Upcycled, Recycled, Reuse Eco Christmas Trees
 
Eco Christmas Tree Inspiration...
The Art of Bernard Pras
 
The art of Bernard Pras - Randomly amalgamated common objects.
Re-use and 99 Cent Store Art
 
Choi Jeong-Hwa is a Soeul, South Korea born and based artist who is considered the father of pop art installations. He integrates goods found and purchased from the local community where his work will be exhibited. In so doing he is making a statement as to each areas cultural influences yet is also clearly reminding us of our easy access to globalized goods and their distribution paths. Choi's work is all about consumption, portraying it with a sugar pop coating that momentarily takes away the ugliness of plastic, yet slaps us in the face with our over the top excesses.
Roa
 
Roa is a street artist from Ghent, Belgium. Very prolific, very good.
Zac Freeman
 
Zac Freeman's junk assemblages. Zac has been creating art from collected junk, found objects, and general trash since 1999. A master portraitist ... see the close ups...
 
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