|Edward Netley says...
'For me the ultimate form for a horse is a
unicorn. It's strength and elegance are
beyond measure. They have an honesty and
nobility unmatched by any other mythical
This sculpture was first conceived some
seven years before it was completed. Idea's
float around in the subconscious waiting for
the final definite moment for the creative
urge too burst forth.
It took about eight weeks of work from the
first wire being cut and twisted into shape to
the final form being completed.
A unicorn is not ridden! It allows one to
participate in the ride. The elf shown here is
barely balanced as the unicorn jumps the
fence. A slight twist of the hind quarters is all
that keeps the elf from falling to the ground.
|Another Unicorn on display at 'The Sculpture Show'
|Unicorn coming down off a jump. Shown at 'The Sculpture Show'
|Click link below to find out how
this sculpture was made.