Interestingly, the willow figures have no faces. In 2000 artist Susan Lordi created the Willow Tree. Her drawings were to represent the emotions that united people and, if possible, healed the wounds between them.
Willow Tree is a series of figure sculptures created by artist Susan Lordi in January 2000. The Willow Tree line specializes in rustic faceless figures and angels intended to represent emotions or life events. The figures are made of hand painted resin from Lordis hand molded clay sculptures.
To clean your Willow Tree figurine, use a dry brush or soft, dry cloth to remove dust. If the wings rust, use fine sandpaper and gently scrub the wings to get rid of them. Avoid abrasive brushes or cloths, which can scratch or stain your body paint.
The parts are made of resin which can break if dropped.
After the resin hardens, the figures are individually painted with lead-free water-based paint. Willow Tree Angel figures are decorated with wire wings, which give the figures a beautiful primitive look.
Like the leaves on the branches, green symbolizes nature, fertility and life. It is also synonymous with balance, learning, growth and harmony. Our image of the willow represents the strength, stability and structure of the trunk, it is strong and can withstand the greatest challenges.
The parts are made of resin which can break if dropped. Try a minimal application of epoxy (two pieces of epoxy work best) along the breaking point. This should give you enough time to get the parts in place before the epoxy hardens.
To start a new tree from a willow trunk, take a healthy branch and place it in moist soil in spring or late winter. If the soil remains moist, the stem should take root in about a month, and by the end of the growing season it should have a good root system. The plant itself grows rapidly, but it also dies quickly.
Weeping willow grows well on acidic, alkaline, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, well-drained, loamy soils. It grows well near water but has some drought tolerance.
Weeping willows can grow 3 to 8 feet per year depending on the variety, making it one of the fastest growing trees. Salix babylonica will grow 3 feet per year.
A tree A prayer Willow Tree Figurine by Susan Lordi New Demdaco 26170
Apply a small amount of resin glue to the damaged part of the figure and place it carefully. Hold the piece in place with light pressure for a few seconds to create a good seal for the glue. Repeat until you can fit all the large pieces into their seats.
Weeping willows prefer nutrient-rich, moist soils, but they can tolerate a variety of soil types, from sandstone to clay, acidic or alkaline, as long as the soil doesn’t drain too quickly. They are drought tolerant, but need regular watering in drought or they will lose some leaves.
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