How to create a Willow Sculpture
‘Impressive structures can be achieved in a day’ says Dave Gosling.
Dave and Tony will explain the story behind willow weaving and how it lead them into creating these amazing sculptures.
The day’s activity will start with an introduction followed by a talk and demonstration of techniques. Questions will be welcomed. Then everyone will be encouraged to start their sculpture – like riding a bike, the best way is to get into the saddle! They will then circulate around ensuring that everyone is happy and confident with their project. This format has worked really well for them in the past and ensures individual attention as well as a community feeling. The lunch break will take place at an appropriate time and then continue with the sculptures until the end of the day.
This is the perfect opportunity for the absolute beginner to sculpting and willow weaving, or to those who wish to improve their skill and benefit from the inspiration of two amazing professionals in a beautiful setting.
Please bring a pair of secateurs with you.
Price: £85.00 includes all materials (unless otherwise specified) our fabulous Creative Green lunch, drinks, homemade cakes and biscuits (the eggs are kindly contributed by the resident hens at Clue Hill Farm and honey from our bees).
Numbers are generally limited to a maximum of 14 – this ensures that everyone is able to spend sufficient one-to-one time with the tutors. Our meals are locally sourced and organic wherever possible. We cook all the food on open fires with the logs harvested from our woods.
From 10 am till 4 pm.
Our tutors are all either personally known by us, or come highly recommended to us. They all live and practice their various disciplines within the local community and welcome any contact from attendees of our workshops. Please refer to their individual pages for full contact details.
Date(s) - 03 Jul 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Clue Hill Farm
Bookings are closed for this event.