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Mare and Foal wooden sculptures

Wooden sculptures of a mare and foal created from recycled branches and sticks from old felled woodland. The materials were left to rot on the site of the Frugaldom project, once harvested as a woodland. The first Ecoarts wooden horse … Continue reading

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The Artist who works with Horseshoes

There are many forms of recycling materials for artwork but one of the more unusual has to be the use of horseshoes. Tom Hill is an entirely self-taught sculptor who has spent the last six years working exclusively with recycled … Continue reading

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The Sculptures of Bettye Hamblen Turner

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

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Heather Jansch and her Driftwood horses

One of the most striking forms of art in the landscape are the driftwood horses of the artist Heather Jansch. These life-size sculptures are created out of seemingly random pieces of driftwood, skilfully joined with oak and copper. They are … Continue reading

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Driftwood inspiration

One area that I am very keen to explore in 2013 is the recycling of materials to form new pieces of artwork. With much of the world still affected by recession and the search continuing for alternative energy sources, there … Continue reading

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