The Nic Fiddian-Green horse head sculptures are inspired by the artist's own horse, a chestnut hunter named George.
One of the sculptures is located as a permanent landmark at Marble Arch in London, while another is located in Australia. Using the 'Lost Wax' technique, the horse heads are created out of bronze which tarnishes over time, giving the sculptures a natural rustic look. At 35ft tall, the heads stand out no matter where they are located and seem to be watching over everything around them. With ears pulled back and eyes looking almost sorrowful, the detailed work on the horses is stunning.
For horse-lovers and art-lovers alike, the Nic Fiddian-Green horse head sculptures have become beloved statues in their communities.
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