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WELCOME

Hi welcome to Willow Arts Sculpture and Fine Art Photgraphy website by artist Chris Oldham

Here at Willow Arts we build large scale Environmental Public Art Sculptures and creative spaces for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy. We also build small sculptures in Community Arts workshops across the country.

Our Creative team is lead by Fine Artist Chris Oldham and my lovely wife, Designer/Maker Audrea Oldham.

We started over 15 years ago to work with all aspects of the public; Schools, Councils, Communities and Art Galleries.

We are based in Newcastle, Staffordshire, West Midlands, and are happy to travel to work with your Community.

We enjoy place making activities, building sculptures with everyone and creating a really colourfull experience.

Our sculptures are built by small children and adults and everybody, we have good fun and build cool stuff.

We are happy to work with everybody, working with Art is benefical to people of every descrition

We create environmentally enhanced public spaces.

We design sensory environments and beautiful gardens for children, communities.

Environmental Arts to suit all budgets and users of all ages and abilities. Please look through the site to view some of our recent projects.

Above image is Seven Pillars of Wisdom 2016 community garden for Root 'n' Fruit funded by Appetite.

 
WillowArts.co.uk
chris@willowarts.co.uk
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Note:All rights to images are reserved.Iimages are subject to copyright and are the property of Chris Oldham, willowarts.co.uk Not to be reproduced without prior permission.

 
 
Commissions
We are available for Arts commisons from Schools, Councils, Festival Organises, all communities are welcome

Workshops
We working in Schools and Communities making Sculptures, Mosaics, Natural Art and Experimental Photography

Classes for Adults

We run many types Art and Design Classes for Community Groups and Organizations all over Central England and beyond. Including

Photograpy, Sculpture, Environmental Arts, Textile, Ceramics, Mosaic, Wood, Plastics, Metals. Recycled Materials.


 
  Last Updated 22/06/2016