Reconnect with nature in a whole new way by making a willow star with artist Julia Clarke.
Julia Clarke is an artist and maker specialising in natural materials, including willow and living willow. Through simple step-by-step instructions and photographs, she'll show you how to weave your own willow star from home.
With UNLIMITED ACCESS 24/7, you’ll be able to drop in and out of the course at your own pace, and refer back to it anytime. By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Pick from a variety of willow
- Treat willow so to shape it
- Make a sturdy sculptural decoration that you'll treasure for years
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Julia Clarke works with willow, both dried and living, with wire, steel, paper, and ceramic to create sculptures for indoor and outdoor spaces. Natural materials and environmental concerns are an important element of her work and the rhythm of weaving and using tactile materials are important to her process.