My love of horses began when I was a child, when I managed to persuade my very unhorsey parents to let me have a pony for the next 10 birthdays rolled into one! I then would ride for hours and hours – in the Gloucestershire countryside, always appreciating the peace of your own company, surrounded with ever changing flora and fauna. This is where my love of outdoors really began – on the back of a horse!
I was lucky enough to find a horse in a big studio and so I could really study his form, from a sculptural perspective for the first time. This equine sculpture shows a tired hunter, after a day out in the field. I wanted you to feel that exhaustion as you look at this bronze horse, after a long day hunting, with his head low, asleep on his feet. You know that feeling!
The equine sculpture has a very textural surface which has been brought to your attention having a verdigris finish and as an indoor sculpture, it looks very striking in an alcove, or on a side table in a formal or informal setting.
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