Biteabout Arts

Willow Sculptures

Anna’s willow sculpture work starts with drawings, observations of movement, shapes, forms, the flow of muscles, directions, lines and tensions.

A metal skeleton is constructed by her husband Richard as a starting point for the weaving, to give strength, and extend the life of the piece in an outdoor environment.

The willow is woven in bundles, creating lines which echo the contours of the muscles of the body and the sculpture is built up gradually.

Enjoying a challenge, we welcome both public and private commissions.

Sunday November 22

Fawn

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Sunday July 02

Weavers Court Pheasant, Alnwick

Made with volunteers at Weavers Court, Alnwick with Ruth Thompson

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Weavers Court Pheasant, Alnwick

Made with volunteers at Weavers Court, Alnwick with Ruth Thompson
Saturday September 02

Deer

1465 hits

Wednesday December 30

Durham Miner Mark 2

Commissioned by The Woodland Trust, in partnership with Ruth Thompson we remade the Durham Miner.…

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Durham Miner Mark 2

Commissioned by The Woodland Trust, in partnership with Ruth Thompson we remade the Durham Miner.…
Wednesday July 15

Willow Hens, Harlow Green Primary School, Gateshead

Sculptures made with pupils in Key Stages 1 & 2 in partnership with Ruth Thompson.

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Willow Hens, Harlow Green Primary School, Gateshead

Sculptures made with pupils in Key Stages 1 & 2 in partnership with Ruth Thompson.
Saturday September 02

Hares

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Saturday September 02

Fox

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Tuesday April 21

Willow Curlew Commissioned by Northumberland National Park

To demonstrate the support of Northumberland National Park for our Sheep Tales Event at The…

2040 hits

Willow Curlew Commissioned by Northumberland National Park

To demonstrate the support of Northumberland National Park for our Sheep Tales Event at The…

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