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Willow (dipping your toe in)


“There is freedom waiting for you,
On the breezes of the sky,
And you ask "What if I fall?"
Oh but my darling,
What if you fly?”
― Erin Hanson



“Willow” ~ named after one of the most mysterious and seductive trees. I love the way a willow trees branches can delicately linger over the edge of water ~ like the bronze ‘Willow’ dipping her toe in - both have a presence of strength & balance.  Willow stands poised with her arms and wings outstretched, embodying the delicate balance between courage and uncertainty. 


In life, we often find ourselves facing similar moments of decision-making, where we must choose between taking a risk or playing it safe. The fear of failure can sometimes hold us back from living life to the fullest, leaving us rooted in doubt and worry.

In the face of uncertainty, we can learn to harness the energy and grace embodied by Willow's wings. We can find the courage to fly, knowing that even if we fall, we have the tools to pick ourselves back up and try again.

Life is fleeting and precious, full of moments of both elegance and magic. By embracing the spirit of Willow's wings, we can find the inspiration we need to live each day to the fullest.


  • always limited edition series

  • made in UK/Ireland by family foundries

  • quality bronze metals used  (88% copper)

  • certificate of authenticity for bronzes

Suitable for in or outdoor settings.

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Willow / Foundry bronze

  • Sculptures can be shipped world wide at cost, no VAT payable on exports outside the UK


    Metric – H: 125 W: 110 D: 55 centimetres (height / width / depth)

    Imperial – H: 50 W: 43 D: 21 inches  (height / width / depth)

    Weight -   55 kgs

    Medium: Foundry bronze

    Foundry Bronze – Foundry Bronze metal is a copper and tin alloy that is shaped using the traditional method of bronze casting, using the lost wax process – used by sculptors in ancient Greece.

    The bronze is melted at extremely high temperatures and then poured into a ceramic mould.

    The lost wax method of casting is a highly skilled, complex, time-consuming and labour intensive process. .

    The skill required in the casting, combined with the innate value of the bronze (which is made from copper and tin), gives rise to the comparatively high price of a bronze sculpture.

    Production time: 8 - 10 weeks upon receipt of deposit

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