Victoria Westaway creates bespoke Sculptures from her Coach House Studio in the heart of Mid Devon. Victoria sculpts figurative and abstract forms which compliment garden schemes, her Willow Sculptures and her Wire Sculptures are all individual pieces made to order.
Willow and Wire Artist Victoria Westaway’s recent work includes large sculptural figures, natural and abstract pieces. These willow and wire artworks provide form and focus to any garden design, a Victoria Westaway piece is designed to celebrate the diversity of the area and enrich the natural surroundings.
Garden Sculptures for Sale by Willow Artist and Wire Sculptor Victoria Westaway.
As well as creating to commission Devon Sculptor Victoria Westaway often has a variety of Willow Sculptures and Wire Sculptures in stock and ready for delivery. Victoria creates woven garden sculptures from her rural workshop, these Affordable Artworks start at £75 for one of her Willow Owls, browse through this photo gallery to find Wire sculptures and Willow Sculptures to suit your garden.
Willow and Wire Sculptor Victoria Westaway now primarily works to commission across the country. Victoria has created Garden Sculptures for a wide variety of clients including designers for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, private collectors, companies and charities. Victoria has also created large scale public art pieces for councils and housing groups. Her willow and wire sculpture commissions are perfectly suited to large and small gardens, parklands and orchards and public spaces.
Victoria has been invited back to display her willow and wire sculptures amongst the Plant Heritage National Collection of Autumn Flowering Asters in Colwall, Herefordshire. The garden is open from August until mid October including many days for the National Gardens Scheme. Please check with Picton Garden or the NGS Yellow Book opening dates and times. The garden has been featured in many magazines and newspapers and has been on several television programmes.
Victoria always looks forward to showing her work at Picton Garden a horticultural delight that is only 5 mins from her arts studio. Helen Picton first invited Victoria to show her willow sculptures back in 2013 when Vik created The Michaelmas Fairy (see slides below) that has now become a permanent sculpture within the garden.
This years h.Art week was a tremendous success with visitors travelling from as far as the USA. Victoria Westaway created a new series of Willow Peacocks as well as Owls and figures which proved popular alongside abstract works in steel wire and copper. Nestled amongst the sedums stood Victoria's willow spheres on spike which added beautiful structure to the borders of the wild garden.
hArt offers a chance for visitors to see Herefordshire artists in action and once again Victoria was delighted to demonstrate her skills over the course of the week. Not only did Victoria show others how she works, she also inspired many keen art lovers to take part and have a go.