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Horses Wall Hanging

Horses Wall Hanging

in Other by Paula Horsley 60 Artist Reviews
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This unique artwork is a horse themed, continuous one line drawing created with a 3D pen and red flexible filament. Lengths of red cotton run vertically through the design which are tied to a wooden dowel and are finished with red wooden beads along the bottom.
Thinner lines (scribbles) have been drawn over the design which strengthens and creates a wonderful lacy effect. With a 3D pen, I am literally drawing with plastic.
The filament used is super strong and durable (TPU).
This equine art wall hanging has a really strong visual impact. It looks stunning on a plain light coloured wall
and would work equally well in a modern or traditional setting.
Free delivery in the UK.
W 35.04" x H 26.77"
W 89.00 cm x H 68.00 cm
Other
TPU flexible filament and cotton yarn
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About the Artist

After working as an illustrator and textile designer I became a self employed artist in 1990. I had a regular stall at Granary Wharf and the Corn Exchange in Leeds, where I enjoyed great success selling my unique art. This was mostly sculpture made out of wire and EVA (plastic/resin). Many of my ...

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