Art in public space
A sculpture by Alexia Weill in tribute to Lydia Opienska-Barblan in the garden Marie de Seigneux.
The tribute to Lydia Opienska-Barblan is a double opportunity for the Municipality to honor women in the public space. The authorities have inaugurated on August 13, 2022 at 10 a.m. a work dedicated to the career of Lydia Opienska-Barblan, entitled “Angel Wings” and created by the sculptor Alexia Weill.The sculpture has been installed in the garden Marie de Seigneux, now the official name of the recently renovated park.
Abstract monolith in marble representing a man's head and his conscious gaze relates to its environment.
Archétype installed on the bank of the Grande-Eau, was raised in the presence of the artist and a strong municipal delegation and Jean-Marc Crousaz sponsor of the acquisition.
Monumental sculpture in marble was created by Alexia Weill tribute to Camille Claudel.
This sculpture was exhibited on Leman Lake during the Montreux Biennale and was acquired by Patrick Delarive. It is now visible to the public in the old mechanical construction workshops in Vevey, at the Inox Hall.
draw me a sheap
Artistic roundabout created by Alexia Weill with 7 Ticino marble sheep.
Draw me 7 sheep was inspired by the bucolic universe of the town of Saint-Légier-La-Chiésaz that the artist Alexia Weill embarked on the creation of this poetic work which now adorns the Boulingrins roundabout referring to the wonderful tale of the Little Prince, a poetic parenthesis offered to everyone who reminds us with happiness and nostalgia of the cherished period of childhood.
Arvel stone vegetable woman silhouette.
Commissioned by the City to the sculptor Alexia Weill for the creation of the new medieval garden and to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the City. this feminine creation is inspired by the dreamlike world of garden fairies.
circles of the origins
Monumental sculpture in white marble created by Alexia Weill representing all the elements of the creation.
This sculpture was exhibited first in Montreux during the Montreux Biennale and then in Villeneuve fore more than four years.