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Tree of Love – How to Order

It’s so easy to have The Tree of Love prepared for you to celebrate a special event or as a gift for someone else!

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Meet the Artist

Jack Willoughby is a man of steel, literally.

Foremost, Jack is an artist. His medium is metal, primarily steel, aluminum and copper. But he’s also a humourist, nature lover, storyteller and all-around family guy.

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Tree of Love – The Story

Anvil Island produces a variety of custom artowrk in addition to The Tree of Love.

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Anvil Island Design, located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, is home to the studio and workshop of metal artist Jack Willoughby.

Willoughby is well-known in Canada and the US for his unique, humorous, whimsical designs using steel, aluminum, copper and iron.

He is often commissioned to do one-of-kind metal art for clients all over the world. His imaginative pieces may be found in homes, gardens and boardrooms around the globe.

Over the years Anvil Island Design has appeared at preeminent shows such as the Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle, The San Francisco Flower & Garden Show and the VanDusen Flower & Garden Show in Vancouver. Anvil Island Design also appears yearly at Vancouver’s Circle Craft Christmas Market.

Galleries such as Butchart Gardens in Victoria, the Chuckanut Bay Gallery in Washington State and The Art Gallery at Sooke Harbour House carry Willoughby’s metal art and sculptures.

The Tree of Love is the new romantic evolution of Anvil Island Design’s very popular Japanese Maple Tree sculpture.