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Exploring Equestrian Composition Through Drawing

May 27, 2013

I’ve always been drawn to exploring equestrian themes in my work, the horse and rider make such perfect metaphors and through it  I feel able to express all my ideas and feelings in both  a conscious and sub-conscious way.


Tumbling compositions create  great drama through the almost contradictory harmony where elements such as, tension, beauty and danger, battle it out through a single piece. It’s an area of sculpture that surprisingly has never been explored in great depth and I have always felt able to create unique pieces in my own inimitable way.

dance yourself dizzy1

This drawing “I called dance yourself dizzy” is quite an extreme idea but through waves and a sense of rhythm adopts  quite intriguing qualities that mask the sense of danger.


It really feels like an area of art full of great possibilities that have not yet  been explored.

a working drawing

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