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   Aliantha  Tuesday Mar 3 01:02 AM

Mar 3rd, 2009: Driftwood Horses

I don't have much info on these works of art. I came by them via email, but I thought they were worth sharing.

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xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Mar 3 01:30 AM


Aliantha  Tuesday Mar 3 01:31 AM

Oh well, just get rid of this thread then. Sorry about that. I wondered if it might already have shown up here.

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Mar 3 01:49 AM

No, it's fine, that was four years ago. But it does tell the who, what, where, of those horses, which is why I linked it.

DucksNuts  Tuesday Mar 3 03:58 AM

Hmmm, the whole hoof thing has me suspicious, they look too real.

rotary65  Tuesday Mar 3 09:37 AM

These are actual sculptures created by artist Heather Jansch.

Glinda  Tuesday Mar 3 10:27 AM

There are a couple of similar sculptures at the Portland Oregon airport, created by Deborah Butterfield. This link gives some information on how they're made.

rotary65  Tuesday Mar 3 11:16 AM

Thanks Glinda. Of the two, I personally prefer Heather Jansch's as they appear more natural. Deborah Butterfield's appear to me to be more rigid and less natural looking.

Nikolai  Tuesday Mar 3 03:47 PM

They also have three of those style driftwood horses in the National Geographic Shop in London

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