En häst som är en skog
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En häst som är en skog är en helt unik skulptur i teknikerna skulpturlim och polymerlera. Den är stor – höjden är 104 cm.
Hästen bör monteras/fästas mot en vägg, antingen stående direkt på golvet eller (rekommenderas) på en liten hylla högre upp på väggen.
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About Round is a Mosebacke Horse Sculpture created in polymer clay, with four horse shoes in real silver. The horse shoes are also hand made by EvaMarie.
About Round is an exploration of the form “round”, investigating if it could be possible to place four legs and one head on a round form, and it still would be a horse. The answer is that is made a wonderful and lively horse, full of joy and with lots of colors. On the neck you can admire a kind of polymer clay cane called “Stroppel Cane”.
Width: 26 cm
A house for happy horses
I think that a great deal of the inspiration for this – my biggest creation so far – comes from Georg Dinkel, which I met at Synergy4 in Philadelphia in Augusti 2017. He builds large and absolutely stunning buildings in polymer clay, which are populated by the most amazing creatures.
So I began to think.
My Mosebacke Horses also need somewhere to live. Why not in a house? A real horse house?
This is the result. The frame is made of a particle board (thanks Beijer Bygg in Linköping for sawing according to my design), which I then covered with “wood” and “bricks” and “knots” and “winds” of polymer clay.
On each of the three floors there are four Mosebacke Horses. Some look a little bit more angry, but they all are very excited about having a big window that they can look through. The windows frames resemble picture frames, so all the horses look like three-dimensional paintings.
At the top is the happiest horse of them all – because that horse lives in the hay loft where there is a swing. So it’s a rocking horse (Gunghäst in Swedish.)
Height 92 cm
Width 56 cm
Depth 13 cm
His artistic talent was so strong that it is still found among his descendants hundreds of years later, including me. It is a heritage which is important to take care of, and I am beginning to understand that I am not doing it just for myself and my own wellbeing, but for the whole and old Törnström family.