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HEATHER JANSCH: Transatlantic

PRESS RELEASE

Diehl Gallery  

presents 

HEATHER JANSCH: Transatlantic

September 7 – October 27, 2018

 

Opening Reception

Wednesday, September 7th

5-8pm 

 

The relationship between an artist and the material they create with is a complicated and intimate one.  At times, the artist chooses the material.  But often, the material speaks to the artist and begs to be made into something wonderful.  UK artist Heather Jansch has worked in several media, including paints, bronze, and wire sculpture.  Almost by accident, she began creating beautifully unique sculptures from the irregular pieces of driftwood she finds on the beach.

Heather Jansch’s driftwood sculptures feature a variety of animals, but the most abundant and notable subjects are horses.  The artist has had a life-long love of horses, and it shows in the incredible detail she puts into her life-size horse sculptures.  The magnificent figures are so lifelike and full of energy that they seem likely to spring into movement at any moment.  Her work isn’t limited solely to horses and driftwood, however.  She also sculpts other animals from driftwood and casts some of her sculptures in bronze.

 

This exhibition will benefit the 

 

                                                                   

HEATHER JANSCH: Transatlantic

Sep 7 – Oct 27, 2018