1. bronze of a horse

I live in “horse country” and with each passing year I marvel at the sheer wonder of the newborn. Within a few days of birth these mite-sized horses are up and gamboling freely with their mares, but it takes several weeks before the bodies start to “equalize” with the legs.

Legs are the features which dominate the form – pushing the colt to a significant height allowing for rapid and lengthy strides, while taking a toll on mechanics to avoid toppling. The sculpture came as a response to the horse, in general, yet, moreover, to the freshness of youth, the elegance of the lines, and the innocence of movement.

2000         3" x 2 ¾" x 1 ½"         Edition Size: 60

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