Living Willow Structures



"Stickwork" by Patrick Dougherty

"Living Willow Form" by Bonnie Gale  |  $20.00

2016. 36 pages, softbound
This book is the culmination of twelve years of work, creating living willow structures and explores the resultant insights. Includes a personal dedication of your choice and signature and date from the artist. Second edition now available. Shipping is $8.50.



"Stickwork" by Patrick Dougherty

"Stickwork" by Patrick Dougherty  |  $34.95

2010. 208 pages, softbound
This book shows the fabulous stick work of Patrick Dougherty including design sketches and development.




"Living Willow Sculpture" by Jon Warnes

"Living Willow Sculpture" by Jon Warnes  |  $23.95

2000. 48 pages, softbound
A must-have British book covering the makings of living willow wigwams, domes, fences, tunnels, chairs, arbors and bowers. Good discussion of working with willows, tools and equipment.



"Arborsculpture: Solutions for a Small Planet"  by Richard Reames I

"Arborsculpture: Solutions for a Small Planet"
  by Richard Reames  
|  $20.00

2007. 214 pages, softbound
The definitive book by Richard Reames covers all manner of tree growth and manipulation from the past to the present. Arborsculpture describes the art form by which live trees are shaped into useful everyday objects, such as signs,  gazebos and living structures. It includes complete instructions for growing your own chair.




Slender Reeds, Sturdy Shoots by Tom Christorpher

"Slender Reeds, Sturdy Shoots (One Gardener's Almanac)"   by Tom Christopher  |  $5.00

2006. 3 pages
A reprint of the article on Bonnie Gale's living willow structures in the March, 2006 issue of "House and Garden Magazine".




"Making Living Willow Sculptures" DVD by Steve Pickup

"Making Living Willow Sculptures" DVD
  by Steve Pickup  
|  $50.00

One hour and 15 minutes
This incredible British DVD covers the construction of a living willow fedge and arch. It is created by Steve Pickup, a master living willow installer form England. Extra features include a gallery of work, tools and materials as well as other structures.