A thousand pardons are not enough, good behaviour is also needed.

 Jansch's large horse heads salute both the contemporary work of Nic Fiddian-Green’s sculpture and the unknown sculptor of the original Selene horse head from The Parthenon that inspired them both as students visiting The British Museum.  The driftwood for this large head contained a piece of ivy that had become tangled with heaps of kelp ripped from the ocean floor during the recent storms, it was almost entirely hidden high up on the beach stranded by exceptionally high tides and coastal surges. 


Traditionally placed either side of an entrance, sculpture makes an impressive statement.  A pair of large contemporary horse heads is a wonderful way to introduce drama into an interior or small formal garden or courtyard.  

 

 

 

After an interval of some six or seven years during which time she concentrated on life-size pieces, she has returned with fresh eyes to small sculpture for interiors after winter storms brought plentiful small pieces of driftwood onto the local beach. This time she has incorporated bronze with driftwood originals.  

 

Jansch is an artist whose work is constantly evolving; apart from her driftwood work, her sculpture garden allows room to experiment and it makes a relaxing but stimulating day out for the family.

 

 

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