Stunning Horse Water Fountain
If you like horses you will love this "Stunning Horse Water Fountain" carved by artist Patricia Borum. On her site you will several amazing horse art made from bronze, classical horse fountains and monumental sculptures.
Patricia Borum is an accomplished horse woman and equestrian artist who manages to capture the soul, spirit and very beauty of the horse in her art. As the daughter of an artist mother and United States Army Colonel father living overseas, her various classrooms were the museums, churches, palaces and castles in Europe and the Middle East. As well horses have been in her life from a very young age. You can take a look at her on site portfolio, with the different mediums that she uses from oil paintings and bronze portrait sculpture, classical horse fountains and monumental statues. Borums art is collected by discriminating collectors and urban developers who appreciate her life capturing horse sculptures. Her largest sculpture is a 17 foot Spanish Horse and Rider a focal point in the city of La Quinta followed, followed by an 11 foot tall horse leaping out of the fountain gates in Rancho Mirage, both in southern California.
These beautiful horse water fountains would look good in a variety of locations and homes. These horse fountains would look especially at home on a log home or log ranch, or barn that had plenty of horses. At a place like that I could also envision the use of rustic log Furniture. Log furniture is the type of rustic furniture, that incorporates the use of whole logs in its design. Log Furniture is often very durable and long lasting, depending on the manufacturing methods used. Log furniture, reclaimed wood furniture and other types of rustic furniture have increased in popularity in recent years, and as a result, there are many more styles of decor and options available for those looking to furnish their mountain lodges, country homes or log cabins.
There is something about horses that is just extra special. A majestic animal that has lived alongside humans for thousands of years as our friends and companions. Worldwide, horses play a role within human cultures and have done so for millennia. Horses are used for leisure activities, sports, and working purposes. Communication between humans and horses is important in any equestrian activity. To aid this process horses are usually ridden with a saddle on their backs to assist the rider with balance and positioning, and a bridle or related headgear to assist the rider in maintaining control. Sometimes horses are ridden without a saddle, and occasionally, horses are trained to perform without a bridle or other headgear. Many horses are also driven which requires the use of a harness, bridle, and some type of vehicle. People of all ages with physical and mental disabilities can benefit from their association with horses. Therapeutic riding is used to help people with mental and physical disabilities and to stimulate disabled persons and help them improve their lives through improved balance and coordination, increased self confidence, and a greater feeling of freedom and independence. It is easy to see why horses have been used in so many pieces of art from photography, oil paintings, the horse water fountains on the mentioned site, wood carvings, chainsaw carved log furniture and so much more.
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