Two recently completed commissioned driftwood sculptures. The first is a howling wolf which has been left in the natural grey colour of the wood.
Close-up showing the head of the wolf with detailed carving for the nose and mouth.
“Guardi” the rearing horse. This has been coated with woodstain in the colour of the horse it is modelled on. All proceeds from commissioned sculptures goes towards the funding of the Frugaldom project, home to our rehomed and rescued ponies and the planned sculpture park.
The first two creations from the Ecoarts studio in 2020 were inspired by the arrival of four rescued foals at the Frugaldom project. They have a lovely nature and, once settled into their new home, began to play with great enthusiasm.
These sculptures are smaller than many of my previous works, standing around 2ft in height. They are made from driftwood, including the bases which were salvaged and sanded down to reveal a natural grain.
The second foal sculpture was also influenced by the much larger Frugaldom rearing horse. Both sculptures have been treated but are more suited to being kept indoors than my previous driftwood pieces. Contact me directly for commission details at email@example.com.
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2019 turned out to be quite a productive year in the Ecoarts studio. As well as further installations at Frugaldom, there have also been several commissions. Any proceeds from these artworks are put back into the project. Here are a … Continue reading
You can now commission an Ecoarts sculpture of your own via our new Etsy page. We have listed a wide range of sculptures, ranging from medium sized animal sculptures to life size wooden and wire originals.
By purchasing from Ecoarts, you will be helping to support the project to create a Sculpture Park as part of the Social Enterprise project at Frugaldom in Dumfries & Galloway.
Each sculpture is unique and will be created by hand to your own specifications. We will be happy to discuss your requirements. If you would like your sculpture or artwork to resemble a particular horse or family pet, please provide photographs.
We take commissions for everything from pencil drawings to life-size installations. You can discuss your options with the Artist directly – email firstname.lastname@example.org
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This sculpture highlights the plight of mares and foals exploited, abused, neglected and abandoned throughout the United Kingdom. The installation at the Frugaldom project in Dumfries & Galloway has been titled ‘Atmospheric’.
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It has been a busy start to the summer at the Ecoarts studio with several new sculptures being transported for display at Frugaldom. There are two more wildwood ponies, including one of Frugaldom’s Pippin, and a Belted Galloway cow and … Continue reading
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Beverley Racecourse has purchased the original driftwood sculpture of “Frankie” (pictured) and commissioned a galloping racehorse in the same style. The driftwood horse measures approximately 6ft x 4ft and is destined for the Owners & Trainers Lounge at the Yorkshire … Continue reading
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Beach cleaning trips have been successfully combined with the gathering of driftwood to create these original sculptures. These differ from my previous sculptures in that they are wall hangings rather than free-standing. This sculpture is of Frankie the Frugaldom pony … Continue reading
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The Ecoarts studio is within easy reach of local beaches, the source of most of the driftwood used in previous sculptures. We are now trying to do our bit to raise awareness on the issue of plastic and fishing waste … Continue reading
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The latest artwork to be completed at the Ecoarts studio is this bust of Willow, the Frugaldom medicine hat pony. The sculpture is made from a variety of wood, including driftwood and discarded off-cuts recycled from the felled-woodland at the … Continue reading