Horses:Art/Deborah Butterfield

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History Of Art / Art & Design Styles, Individual artists, Individual Artist, Butterfield, Deborah,, Art & Art Instruction, Art, Sculpture, Art / General, 1949-, Exhibitions, Horses i
The Physical Object
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ISBN 100811801381
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Horses: The Art of Deborah Butterfield Hardcover – April 1, by Marcia Tucker (Author)/5(4). Horses: The Art of Deborah Butterfield Paperback – April 1, by Donald Kuspit (Introduction), Marcia Tucker (Collaborator)/5(4). More than 60 gorgeous color illustrations of Butterfield's horse sculptures appear in this book, which includes a captivating interview and a thought-provoking critique.

The horses here, created between andare a ``patchwork of colors68 '' composed of corroded scraps of painted metal, sticks, mud, wood, slate and other : The new coffee table book, "Deborah Butterfield," (Harry N. Abrams Publishers, $50) with pages and 75 full-color plates, marks another milestone in a remarkable career that spans more than Deborah Butterfield’s sculptures of horses appear to be fashioned from branches, scrap metal, and weathered lumber.

She uses these materials as the basis for each work, casting the final sculpture in bronze, which creates a rich patina that mimics the natural color and texture of wood.

Deborah Butterfield was born the same day in as the 75th running of the Kentucky Derby. When she was a little girl her friends would make fun of her because all she ever drew was pictures of horses. When she went to college and studied art she worked as a stable girl in exchange for room an.

Deborah Butterfield’s sculptures of horses appear to be fashioned from branches, scrap metal, and weathered lumber. She uses these materials as the basis for each work, casting the final sculpture in bronze, which creates a rich patina that mimics the natural color and texture of : Deborah Butterfield.

Deborah Butterfield, American sculptor known for her semiabstract elegant sculptures of horses, made initially from natural and found materials.

Butterfield’s passion for horses began during her childhood. When she attended the University of California (UC), Davis, she found it difficult to choose. Deborah Butterfield is an American sculptor best known for her depictions of horses made from found objects and natural materials, such as wood and recycled metal.

View Deborah Butterfield’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available sculpture, and works on paper for sale and learn about Nationality: American.

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The catalogue of an exhibition held at the Lowe Art Museum, U. of Miami, February-Marchtraces Montana artist Butterfield's career with some 60 color reproductions.

Art Review: Artist-Couple Deborah Butterfield and John Buck both have shows in Denver, Butterfield at the Denver Botanic Gardens and Buck at : Michael Paglia. Horses as a metaphor. Butterfield has said, "I first used the horse images as a metaphorical substitute for myself – it was a way of doing a self-portrait one step removed from the specificity of Deborah Butterfield." She also said, "These first horses were huge plaster mares whose presence was extremely gentle calm.

They were at rest, and in complete opposition to the raging warhorse (stallion) that Born: May 7, (age 70), San Diego, California. Read and Dowload Now ?book= [PDF Download] Horses: The Art of Deborah Butterfield [Download] Full Ebook.

Ever heard of the artist Deborah Butterfield. She makes jumbo horse sculptures out of found metal and wood and cast bronze. Her work is in major museums and collections throughout the country.

We’re wild about her driftwood horses. Well, halfway through our Maine vacation, on a whim, we decided to take a crack at making our own pins.

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beautiful book contains 75 full-color plates. It is the ideal gift for horse lovers and that includes girls who are mad for horses and are ready to dream about them in a new way.

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**Interview in Horses, The Art of Deborah Butterfield, Chronicle Books, Article compiled by. Deborah Butterfield makes horse sculptures out of found objects. This sculpture is life size. Horse by Deborah Butterfield. I've seen pictures of her studio and working gear. Welding used metal requires massive lung protection; driftwood presents different but equally substantial risk.

Deborah Butterfield is one of my favorite artist pins. Deborah Butterfield's life-size horse sculptures are stunning. She uses wood and steel to create unique and stunning sculptures.

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Deborah Butterfield's majestic horse is monumental in scale. Butterfield considered the animal's expressive postures in response to the natural world as metaphors for human experience. At first glance, the sculpture appears to be made of tree branches.

Deborah Butterfield (American, born May 7, ) is a renowned sculptor, known for sculpting horses from materials such as wood and metal. Butterfield was born in San Diego, CA, on the same day as the 75th running of the Kentucky Derby, a fact that she claims to be the source of inspiration for her tendency to sculpt ality: American.

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: Horses: The Art of Deborah Butterfield () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(8). Aug 6, - Deborah Kay Butterfield is an American sculptor.

Along with her artist-husband John Buck, she divides her time between a farm in Bozeman, Montana, and studio space in Hawaii. She is known for her sculptures of horses made from found objects, like metal, and especially pieces of wood.

Born: May 7, (age 70 years), San Diego, CA Spouse: John E. Buck (m. ) Known for 75 pins. Artist Deborah Butterfield addresses her process in creating her sculpture, “Monekana,” from native Hawaiian wood cast in bronze, and explores the ideas that connect her art with her passion.

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Horses: The Art of Deborah Butterfield We teach an elementary art history lesson in our schools about Deborah Butterfield's art. This book is a great resource for that lesson with clear, colorful images and a short biography of Butterfield.

One person found this helpful/5. Showing art ranging from the Lascaux cave paintings to an untitled sculpture by Deborah Butterfield, Joyner’s playful illustrations surround the curated photographs of art pieces. By using horses as the departing point in the artistic journey, Seuss and Joyner are able to introduce diverse perspectives, artifacts, and media, including.

Born in San Diego, Deborah Butterfield attended the University of California, Davis, with the intention of studying veterinary medicine. In the s and '70s, the Davis campus was a lively center for innovative new art, and Butterfield eventually turned her attention toward art, receiving an MFA.

Three years later, she moved to a ranch in Montana where she raises horses, the. Edward Thorp. Eleventh Avenue, near 25th Street. Chelsea. Through July Deborah Butterfield has been making essentially the same sculpture over and over for 25 years.Deborah Butterfield (b.

) was born in San Diego, California, and spent much of her childhood riding and drawing horses. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Davis, infollowed by her Masters of Fine Arts degree in There, she studied with the artist Manuel Neri and.

Although we're fortunate enough to have one of Deborah Butterfield's beautiful wood sculptures quite near which allowed us to photograph my daughter beside it, she also utilized this book to demonstrate Ms.

Butterfield's metal sculptures and the images of horses laying down/5.