Noted in the past for his vibrant clay wall masks, the artist has more recently explored multimedia soft sculptures, with brilliant results, as you can see.
Here is a handsome horse that can be stabled anywhere, no matter how tight your quarters.
A perfect solution for your “I’m a horse-lover-but-I-have-no-room-for-one” dilemma: This handsome, colorful, and well-behaved horse, who asks only for a bit of wall to join your household!
He never makes noise, is totally potty trained, and requires only admiration for maintenance.
Best of all, he is exceptionally good-looking, creative, well-made, and a real conversation piece on your wall!
Beautifully painted canvas forms his well-filled body, with a buckskin mane and natural feathers to complete his striking look.
The saddle blanket is decorated with crosses, a Navajo symbol for the four corners of the world (as well as stars), where all blessings are meant to extend.
The front leg is painted with a series of pointed designs, which might represent the mountains that traditionally form the boundaries of Navajo land.
Different paints are expertly combined to create a rich, earthy palette of colors highlighted with cool and warm accents.
Feathers, the lustrous thread that binds them, and the leather strips of the mane, add a variety of texture to the painted canvas.
This soft sculpture horse is expertly formed and painted with precision and artistry.
He will be a splendid addition to your home!