Racehorse & Jockey – treated and painted driftwood Mare – treated and painted driftwood Clydesdale – treated and painted driftwood
It has been a very busy start to summer in the Ecoarts studio with a flurry of recent commissions. Driftwood horses have been completed for customers as far apart as Kent and Aberdeen while I also took a commission for … Continue reading
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” … Continue reading
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Our latest completed wildwood sculpture has now been collected and transported to his new home on 11th November 2017! “Darcy” made the journey from Dumfries & Galloway to Darcy’s Equine Assisted Learning Centre CIC in Chapelton, South Lanarkshire. Darcy’s provides … Continue reading
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Four commissioned Ecoarts wooden animal sculptures are now on display at Three Lochs Caravan Park, Balminnoch, Dumfries & Galloway. A Belted Galloway and calf have been sited beside Loch Heron while the Red Kite sculpture overlooks the Park and Loch … Continue reading
Bettye Hamblen Turner has always been fascinated with horses and they are a theme running through her work. She was attracted by their shape and movement from a very early age and studied equine anatomy, herd behaviour and the horse’s … Continue reading
With the exception of the Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer, Edgar Degas never publicly displayed any of his sculpture. The dancer was modelled in wax and wearing a real bodice, stockings, shoes and skirt. The girl was given horsehair and a ribbon … Continue reading
The Horse in Action I have been drawing and painting racehorses for many years but it still remains a real challenge to capture the mood and excitement of this amazing creature in full flow. Many of my commissions have been … Continue reading