Horse Bust (Palomino) Edge Sculptures
Horse Bust (Palomino) Edge Sculptures

Horse Bust (Palomino) by Edge Sculptures

£375.00

Horse Bust (Palomino)

by Edge Sculptures

Additional Information

Artist

Edge Sculptures by Matt Buckley

Medium

Sculpture

Image Size

22.5″ High x 23.5″ Long x 10.25″ Deep

Availability

Available to Order

Product Description

Horse Bust (Palomino) by Edge Sculptures

Each sculp has been originally sculpted from clay, which allows the sculptor to be freer, giving the pieces the dynamic and organic fee, stylised by Edge Sculpure. The finished clay sculp ‘masters’ are then taken to be moulded , and each sebsequent piece has been carefully hand cast from this mould using ceramice polystone, which allows for faithful reproduction of detail and texture applied to the original sculpt. the finishing touch is the skillful application of hand painting and finishing, which brings the sculpt to lift. the end result is a centre piece and talking pointin anyones living room!

Matt  Buckley started off his sculpting career over 20 years ago having been afforded the opportunity to hone his craft by following in the footsteps of his step father, Robert Harrop, by working on the ‘Country Companions’ and later named ‘ Doggie People’ range which have resided successfully to this day within the ‘giftware’ and ‘collectible’ industry for well over 25 years themselves.

Licensed figurines that Matt has both sculpted personally and directed include the Beano and Dandy, Camberwick Green, Roald Dahl, Bagpuss, 2000 AD, The Magic Roundabout, Mr Benn and Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Stingray, with many pieces being continually produced to this date.

Matt remains the Creative Director of Robert Harrop Designs LTD and indeed the skills and ability to manufacture quality figurines from within their family run company in Shropshire has enabled this very new collection of work to become a reality and Edge Sculpture to thrive.

“Where in this wide world can man find nobility without pride, friendship without envy or beauty without vanity? Here, where grace is laced with muscle and strength by gentleness confined”

The Horse by Ronald Duncan