Heather Jansch's Beautiful Eco-Art

By: Wessley Murylo - Published: Apr 13, 2008 • References: jansch.freeserve & floreseversos.blogspot
Living in the beautiful West County of England Heather Jansch has, since her early childhood, a passion for horses which translated in her later artistic life in beautiful and realistic sculptures of horses in real life dimensions. Something special? Yes, the sculptures are made from wood stumps, branches and roots of trees she collects in forsaken areas in the West County or from driftwood harvested through beachcombing.
Her creations got international recognition and many admirers. Her work fits “natural” in any green area and will complete any garden giving it a perfect balance.
Have a close look at the many pieces Heather shows on her website.
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