Exclusive Commissioned Gypsy Vanner Sculptures Infused With Love

“Artist Pablo Picasso once quoted: “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” Picasso’s metaphor for life was envisioned over 50 years ago and continues to inspire me to this day. Your gift to me is the respect, appreciation, warmth, and friendship I have felt throughout my travels in Canada and United States. My gift to you is to infuse that experience of love and honor into my every piece I sculpt.

The Gypsy Vanner Horse Society’s high standards has set the high caliber of this majestic breed. Through my own experience and GVHS, I have a deep understanding and appreciation for the uniqueness of the Gypsy Vanners colorations and demeanor. I use a layered patina process to reflect these qualities and produce one-of-a-kind sculptures and exclusive commissions that mirror and capture the essence my clients’ horses.

I am honored to be described by the Gypsy Vanner Horse Society as “…one of the most influential and talented artists of the Gypsy Vanner breed.” and will continue to represent the Gypsy Vanners with passion and beauty the breed so clearly deserves.

Arabian Horse Series – “Arabian Knight”

And for drama, I completed the series with ARABIAN KNIGHT which is a bust of an Arabian stallion decorated with a patina costume consisting of silver and turquoise beads with tassels.  At the Arabian horse shows, they have a competition of horse and rider dressed in Arabian costuming.  The rider’s outfits are complimented by the matching adornments on the horse. Fantastic!


Gypsy Spirit, Gypsy Fire, Gypsy Dancer

With a long flowing mane, tail and feathering, this magnificent cross bread of the Shire and Dale pony by the Gypsy people of United Kingdom are as gentle as they are muscular.  The Gypsy people wanted a muscular horse (the Shire) but smaller (Dale pone) to pull their Gypsy wagon called a Vardo.

These horses have beautiful coloration from black & white, brown & white, black and brown, etc.  When I first saw this breed in a magazine, they looked like there were whimsy carousel horses.


“Gentle Giants Series” “Gypsy Fire”

My first Gypsy Vanner Stallion is GYPSY FIRE  in the more common coloration of black & white patina on bronze.  I also had this same sculpture cast in Lucite to add a contemporary touch.