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Willow Sculptor - Willow Artist
Laury Dizengremel

Starting in 2010 and continuing until the present, delving into willow sculpture has opened up a whole new horizon for me as an artist.  Bronze (and other media) having been my material of choice for decades, re-defining myself partially as a willow artist was quite an adventure!

There are so many uses to which pliable reeds of willow (or osier) can be put. From random weave "objet d'art" to wall reliefs depicting fish or butterflies, from large scale figures for example willow animal sculptures of horses and deer, to geometric forms, from utilitarian to whimsical-aesthetic.

A few examples of my willow art / willow sculpture are below:

Just a few of my willow sculptures of animals


Immediately above, two of my willow horses and my willow stag were featured at Blenheim International Horse Trials in 2013. I grabbed the opportunity on the morning of take-down to move them from the Members Enclosure where they were to the main arena with Blenheim Palace profiled behind.   Please contact me by e-mail ask@laurydizengremel.com to discuss purchasing any of my willow artworks.

Below is the very first one of  my willow horses...

This willow horse sculpture by Laury Dizengremel was created in July 2012 and is shown here below Belvoir Castle

I created this willow horse sculpture in July 2012 - the wettest month of July which England has seen in decades... Luckily the sun came out on the day I asked a young neighbour to pose on it before removing it from Belvoir Castle. I displayed it for one magic evening and day, to coincide with the launch of a new book by the Duchess of Rutland.

Willow Horse by Laury Dizengremel below Belvoir Castle

The sculpture was then displayed at Doddington Hall during the Sculpture at Doddington Event running from beginning of August to early September 2012, before being purchased by the Duchess of Rutland who placed it beside a small lake in an area of the estate called "Frog Hollow". This is where the shoot guests gather for Elevenses.

The photo above shows it below Belvoir Castle before the sun came out, so horse and surroundings blend softly in a harmony of greens.


My first wall relief - a randow weave of osier I think could be entitled "Bursting"


My first wall relief - a randow weave of osier I think could be entitled "Bursting"
(COLLECTION OF THE ARTIST)



Red osier sculpture / relief of a "Dreamcatcher" fish

Red osier sculpture / relief of a "Dreamcatcher" fish (SOLD)



Yellow and red osier relief sculpture of a butterfly: "Montana Wings"

Yellow and red osier relief sculpture of a butterfly: "Montana Wings" (SOLD)



Yellow osier willow wall mounted relief of a "Blackfoot River Fish"

Yellow osier willow wall mounted relief of a "Blackfoot River Fish" (SOLD)






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Send comments, requests for purchase or commission of a willow sculpture to:
ask@laurydizengremel.com

Or call any of the following agents:


UK address: c/o Agent - Philip Wicks: 25 St Johns Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 3LG, England
Tel: +44 (0) 1342 324604
Laury's UK studio: Tel: +44 (01476) 879 071
USA addresses: c/o Agent - Ian Krieger: Dunedin, Florida, USA
Tel: +1 (727) 733-9575
c/o Agent - Carla Schade: Seeley Lake, Montana, USA
Tel: +1 (406) 677-0642

China address: c/o Zhang Yaxi - Huang Jueping, ChongQing, 400053, China
Tel: +86 (0) 23 65 92 22 79
Ireland address: c/o Agent - Siobhan Ryan, Ashburn, County Meath, Ireland
Tel: +35 3 (0) 85 1450170
Canada address: c/o Agent - Maguite Wilkens: 266 Glenlake Avenue, Toronto,
Ontario, M6P 1G1, Canada
Tel: (416) 769 4976


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