Photographer's Note

On arriving at the entrance to the Eden Project we were met by this piece of art; a life-sized sculpture of a horse made from driftwood.

The artist is Heather Jansch, a British sculptor.

After art college, she bought a small hill farm breeding Welsh cobs, specializing in painting traditional equestrian portraits until starting to sculpt. She later moved to South Devon.

Her life sized driftwood horses became her hall mark.
(Wikipedia)

To make these life size sculptures a large supply of driftwood is obviously necessary!

Thanks for looking.

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