Description

Deborah Butterfield is today known internationally for her images of horses. She first began creating her sculpture in the 1970’s using mud, clay and sticks. In 1977, she moved to a ranch in Montana and in 1979 began using scrap metal and found steel. For the past decade, she has been making bronze work, cast from “stray, downed pieces of wood.


DESIGNER/

Deborah Butterfield

DATE/

1981

MATERIALS/

Wood, rag paper, wire and steel armature

DIMENSIONS/

77.4 x 101.6 x 38.1 cm

STYLE/

Historic

HERITAGE/

USA

SHIPS FROM/

New York

$60,000

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