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 bronze wire 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.
Victoria's sculptures are designed for outdoor situations and form part of designs and details in gardens across the Country. Victoria has been commissioned by designers and specialist nurseries to create works for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and RHS Hampton Court Flower Show
"To work on pieces that are integrated within ground breaking schemes is extremely exciting, I thrive on putting a piece of Chelsea quality into gardens no matter their size"
Vik Westaway was delighted to work with The Woodland Trust to deliver a piece of work for the Langley Vale Commemoration Wood, Epsom, Surrey. Victoria’s concept was to create a woven willow wreath which was cradled by 11 logs representing the 11th day of the 11th month.
Artist Victoria Westaway discusses the ‘Pride of Sussex’ with the parish councillors of North Mundham. This piece of public art resides in the public open space near new rural housing in the village.
Bronze wire Artist Victoria Westaway installs ‘Pomona’. This Bronze wire and steel sculpture sits in the grounds of a beautiful orchard in Wiltshire.
Yes.. its a Gold Medal at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015. Here is (from the left) Chris, Victoria and Loraine celebrating their Gold Medal achievement at this years Chelsea Flower Show with Willow Sculptures by sculptor Victoria Westaway
Wire Sculpture galvanising team. The Running Man galvanised wire sculpture is seen here with wire sculptor Victoria Westaway and her team of galvanisers - thumbs up for a job well done.
Willow Fairies at Picton Garden, Colwall, Worcestershire. Helen Picton and Victoria Westaway posing by the Willow Fairy Sculpture one of several Willow Sculptures exhibited during Picton Gardens open garden season.
Willow artist weaving a willow sphere. Willow artist and wire sculptor Victoria Westaway seen here in her former Herefordshire art barn; notice the small willow figurative sculpture to her right, a garden sculpture commission depicting a grandchild lay reading - carved wooden book to follow!
Wire Sculptor Victoria Wesataway bending wire rod to form the figurative sculpture armature in preparation for The Running Man Wire Sculpture, now on show at Little Stoke Park. The wire sculpture commission came from Stoke Gifford Parish Council in Gloucestershire near Bristol.
Wire artist sculptor welding an armiture for a new wire sculpture commission in her former herefordshire arts workshop. Sculptor Victoria Westaway pulls on her multiple artistic skills in metalwork, wood, willow and theatre design to create impressive Garden Sculptures.
Victoria jumping for joy with her Willow Wassailers, these willow sculptures were created by Victoria as a homage to her somerset origins where as a young girl she enjoyed the odd bit of wassailing and also a celebration of her Hereforshire lifestyle she new enjoys.
Wire Sculpture being prepared by wire sculptor Victoria Westaway seen here weaving wire into the leg of The Running Man galvanised sculpture.
Willow artist and sculptor Victoria Westaway working on a willow sculpture commission in her former Herefordshire studio garden with views over the Malvern Hill, Worcestershire to the east and Hay Bluff on the Black Mountains near Hay-on-Wye Powys, Wales to the west.
Willow and Wire Sculptor Victoria Westaway hails from South Somerset; home to the small willow farmers who have supplied the basket weaving industry for generations. Victoria began her creative journey as a theatre designer and maker, using willow as the framework for carnivalesque costumes. Victoria also works in wire allowing her to create pieces that encapsulate her love of texture and mass. Her work represents elements of the natural world. The materials she uses offer flexibility to bring her sketches to life, creating forms that sit harmoniously in their environment.
Victoria has worked with garden designers, private collectors, corporations and architects. Working in her studio; a converted St John Ambulance HQ in the heart of Devon, her bespoke willow and wire sculpture offer a perennial beauty which reflect the ebb and flow of the horticultural year.