- Champion Hurdler Sculpture by Harriet Glen
- Jockey & Horse Captured in Cold Cast Bronze
- A Wonderful, Statement Gift for the Country Home
A stunning horse and dog sculpture by Dorset's world renowned artist Harriet Glen the perfect gift for any animal lover.
Standing 15.5cm tall and produced in cold cast bronze, this bronze piece captures the moment between a horse and jockey galloping and jumping in the race.
It's a perfect sculpture for lovers of countryside and equestrian life. Whether you work with, own or admire horses, this piece of home decor is an eye-catching piece of artwork.
Dimensions: Height: 15.5cm | Width: 21cm | Depth: 6cm | Weight: 0.75kg
About Harriet Glen Bronze Sculptures
Harriet Glen is an Award winning artist from the beautiful Dorset countryside. Her bronze sculptures are internationally recognised in prestigious collections throughout Europe. “I try to convey more than just the physical aspect of the animals. Sculpture, being three dimensional, should incorporate the spiritual nature of the horse: How it feels jumping, playing, racing, the fear, the exertion, the endeavour. These are qualities that endear the horse to the human.”
What is Cold Cast Bronze?
Cold Cast Bronze is a technique used for making sculptures. It involves blending bronze powders with a specially formulated resin to produce a material which is applied to the interior of a silicone mould.
The mould is then filled with the blend of resin and bronze powder and the sculpture is left to set.
The finished item has the same appealing look of a bronze sculpture with a cool feel and a heaviness about it.
Cold cast bronze sculptures are pieces of art produced for a fraction of the cost of solid bronze but carrying the same incredible detail and design.
Caring For Your Bronze Sculpture
From bronze horse sculptures to elephants, hares to dogs all are cared in exactly the same way.
- Dust your bronze sculpture an untreated cloth or duster.
- Don't use any chemicals at all.
- If your sculpture is highly detailed or has tricky places to reach, use an artist’s paintbrush.