• 900,692
    Not For Sale
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 6,500.00

    Dimensions
    H 24in x W 21.50in x D 12in

    Weight 35 lbs

    An enduring appeal of horse imagery is that it can embody both powerful male and female symbolism. The horses depicted on the ceremonial caves of Paleolithic man suggest fertility and abundance, whereas the horse in Renaissance art, once equines were developed into tools for battle, became strongly male.

    Once I began to consciously consider the horse as I have rendered it in my own work, I realized that I have mostly focused on the female side . . . (unsurprising given my personal interest in breeding.) So I decided to go back to a master few humans have surpassed in brilliance over the millennium, and study what he had to say on the subject. In rendering that subject in the style and with the essence I glean from his drawings, I feel I can (like with the Rock Art drawings), better understand his perspective through the act of recreating his images.

    Leonardo DaVinci admired the horse’s ability to truly become an extension of man. He has drawn many comparisons of human and equine facial expressions that reflect this. His equine sketches are an amazing blend of the male/female power: rounded voluptuous shapes infused with bulging muscles and fierce expression. His horses training for war have the passion and intensity of any human warrior he portrayed.

    DaVinci recognized the value of such a creature to the man of his culture . . . power driven, war oriented. And the horse appealed to the further enlargement of oneself with their regal, noble demeanor and presence.

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

    Mare of the Renaissance
    900,692
  • Price 8,500.00

    Dimensions: 28 x 24 x 18"
    Weight 70 lbs.

    Smaller Version at 15" coming soon special price at 3000.00
    Valor
    900,1125
  • Bronze Edition of 15.
    Price $ 86,000.00

    Dimensions
    H 67in x W 104in x D 32 in

    Weight 777 lbs

     

    The Love between the Mare and her Colt is essential to the colt’s well being.
    It is imperative that the colt runs along side of his mother learning to run and coordinate along with the subtle twists and turns of a gentle gallop.

    This creates an unbreakable bond in which a colt is matured to the eventual status of an independent stallion

    One and One Half Horse Power (life size)
    900,640
  • Bronze Edition of 25.

    Price 65,000

    Dimensions
    H 60in x W 38in x D 36in

    Weight
    456 lb.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose. Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move. Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions. The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Nuzzling Burros LS
    900,912
  • Price 34,000.00
    Edition size is 15
    Dimensions 51 x 68 x 36"
    Itch LS
    900,689
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price 5,800

    Dimensions
    H 15.5in x W 15in x D 7.5in

    Weight
    30 lb.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose. Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move. Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions. The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

    Photo credit Underexposed

    Nuzzling Burros
    900,719
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 7,800

    Dimensions
    H 26in x W 29in x D 15in

    Weight 65 lbs

    An enduring appeal of horse imagery is that it can embody both powerful male and female symbolism. The horses depicted on the ceremonial caves of Paleolithic man suggest fertility and abundance, whereas the horse in Renaissance art, once equines were developed into tools for battle, became strongly male.

    Once I began to consciously consider the horse as I have rendered it in my own work, I realized that I have mostly focused on the female side . . . (unsurprising given my personal interest in breeding.) So I decided to go back to a master few humans have surpassed in brilliance over the millennium, and study what he had to say on the subject. In rendering that subject in the style and with the essence I glean from his drawings, I feel I can (like with the Rock Art drawings), better understand his perspective through the act of recreating his images.

    Leonardo DaVinci admired the horse’s ability to truly become an extension of man. He has drawn many comparisons of human and equine facial expressions that reflect this. His equine sketches are an amazing blend of the male/female power: rounded voluptuous shapes infused with bulging muscles and fierce expression. His horses training for war have the passion and intensity of any human warrior he portrayed.

    DaVinci recognized the value of such a creature to the man of his culture . . . power driven, war oriented. And the horse appealed to the further enlargement of oneself with their regal, noble demeanor and presence.

     

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

    Salute
    622,554
  • 2 Aps left

    Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $4500

    Dimensions
    H 17in x W 11in x D 6in

    Weight 15 lbs
    15 lb.


    The Love between the Mare and her Colt is essential to the colt’s well being.
     

    It is imperative that the colt runs along side of his mother learning to run and coordinate along with the subtle twists and turns of a gentle gallop.

    This creates an unbreakable bond in which a colt is matured to the eventual status of an independent stallion 

     

    Photo credit Wendy Mceahern

    One and One Half Horse Power
    900,694
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 12,000.00

    Dimensions
    H 36in x W 27in x D 11in

    Look for the new version of Homage at a smaller Version Priced at 3,400.00

    Weight 150 lbs

    An enduring appeal of horse imagery is that it can embody both powerful male and female symbolism. The horses depicted on the ceremonial caves of Paleolithic man suggest fertility and abundance, whereas the horse in Renaissance art, once equines were developed into tools for battle, became strongly male.

    Once I began to consciously consider the horse as I have rendered it in my own work, I realized that I have mostly focused on the female side . . . (unsurprising given my personal interest in breeding.) So I decided to go back to a master few humans have surpassed in brilliance over the millennium, and study what he had to say on the subject. In rendering that subject in the style and with the essence I glean from his drawings, I feel I can (like with the Rock Art drawings), better understand his perspective through the act of recreating his images.

    Leonardo DaVinci admired the horse’s ability to truly become an extension of man. He has drawn many comparisons of human and equine facial expressions that reflect this. His equine sketches are an amazing blend of the male/female power: rounded voluptuous shapes infused with bulging muscles and fierce expression. His horses training for war have the passion and intensity of any human warrior he portrayed.

    DaVinci recognized the value of such a creature to the man of his culture . . . power driven, war oriented. And the horse appealed to the further enlargement of oneself with their regal, noble demeanor and presence.

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

    Homage to Da Vinci
    569,720
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 6,500
    Dimensions
    H 24in x W 21.5in x D 12in

    Weight 35 lbs

    An enduring appeal of horse imagery is that it can embody both powerful male and female symbolism. The horses depicted on the ceremonial caves of Paleolithic man suggest fertility and abundance, whereas the horse in Renaissance art, once equines were developed into tools for battle, became strongly male.

    Once I began to consciously consider the horse as I have rendered it in my own work, I realized that I have mostly focused on the female side . . . (unsurprising given my personal interest in breeding.) So I decided to go back to a master few humans have surpassed in brilliance over the millennium, and study what he had to say on the subject. In rendering that subject in the style and with the essence I glean from his drawings, I feel I can (like with the Rock Art drawings), better understand his perspective through the act of recreating his images.

    Leonardo DaVinci admired the horse’s ability to truly become an extension of man. He has drawn many comparisons of human and equine facial expressions that reflect this. His equine sketches are an amazing blend of the male/female power: rounded voluptuous shapes infused with bulging muscles and fierce expression. His horses training for war have the passion and intensity of any human warrior he portrayed.

    DaVinci recognized the value of such a creature to the man of his culture . . . power driven, war oriented. And the horse appealed to the further enlargement of oneself with their regal, noble demeanor and presence.

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

     

    Artist may reproduce as needed for self promotioal purposes. Any third party use with photographers permission only. Photo credit must accompany all use.

    Mare of the Renaissance
    900,1350
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 7,000

    Dimensions
    H 28in x W 28in x D 12.5in

    Weight 45 lbs

     

    An enduring appeal of horse imagery is that it can embody both powerful male and female symbolism. The horses depicted on the ceremonial caves of Paleolithic man suggest fertility and abundance, whereas the horse in Renaissance art, once equines were developed into tools for battle, became strongly male.

    Once I began to consciously consider the horse as I have rendered it in my own work, I realized that I have mostly focused on the female side . . . (unsurprising given my personal interest in breeding.) So I decided to go back to a master few humans have surpassed in brilliance over the millennium, and study what he had to say on the subject. In rendering that subject in the style and with the essence I glean from his drawings, I feel I can (like with the Rock Art drawings), better understand his perspective through the act of recreating his images.

    Leonardo DaVinci admired the horse’s ability to truly become an extension of man. He has drawn many comparisons of human and equine facial expressions that reflect this. His equine sketches are an amazing blend of the male/female power: rounded voluptuous shapes infused with bulging muscles and fierce expression. His horses training for war have the passion and intensity of any human warrior he portrayed.

    DaVinci recognized the value of such a creature to the man of his culture . . . power driven, war oriented. And the horse appealed to the further enlargement of oneself with their regal, noble demeanor and presence.

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

    Stallion of the Renaissance
    455,540
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 7,200

    Dimensions
    H 23in x W 21in x D 11in

    Weight 50 lbs

     

    The inspiration for this pair of Stallions came out of the unexpected arrival of 2 colts born to my 2 top brood mares (they usually have fillies….)

    Stallion Dreams is meant to reflect a vision of the potential power of the two… sires of stout strength, confirmation, and good breeding influencing their line for many generations to come.

     

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

    Stallion Dreams
    900,707
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price: $ 10,000.00

     

    Dimensions
    H 22in x W 36in x D 16in

    Weight 70 lbs

     

     

      

    In the early light of dawn is when I can begin to discern the outline of a new little being lying quietly next to his exhausted mother.  Almost always our foals are born in the moments before sunrise when I wake to find a newborn miracle yet again, and the world seems renewed.

     

      

    Photo credit Wendy McEhaern

    New Born
    773,684
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 5000

     

    Dimensions
    H 12in x W 14.5in x D 9in

    Weight 35 lbs


    The very first foal born on our ranch grew up to have her own foal, and their interaction is what inspired this sculpture.  She was a particularly affectionate mother, and the tenderness she expressed in this moment was what I wished to capture in bronze.
      

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Horse Whispers
    756,504
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 3,600

    Dimensions
    H 15in x W 20in x D 7in

    Weight 20 lbs

     

    “Congress finds and declares that wild free roaming horses and burros are living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West; that they contribute to the diversity of the life forms within the Nation, and enrich the lives of American people…”
    Public Law 92-195 12/15/71

    With Flowing tail and flying mane,
    wide nostrils never
    stretched by pain,
    mouth bloodless to bit or rein,
    And feet that iron never shod
    and flanks unscar’d by
    spur or rod
    A thousand horses-the wild
    the free-
    Like waves that follow o’er
    the sea
    Come quickly thundering on
    -Lord Byron-

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Mustang: American Legend
    456,684
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 5,000

    Dimensions
    H 14in x W 18in x D 12in

    Weight 40 lbs

     

     

    Photo credit by Wendy McEahern

    Puppy Love
    484,648
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 7,800

    Dimensions
    H 23in x W 23in x D 6in

    Weight 40 lbs

     

    In this newest work, Star has captured the Lipizzaner Stallion in the most difficult and extreme position, taught by the centuries old Spanish Riding school of Vienna, the “Capriole”. It represents the zenith of accomplishment, the pinnacle of success, eclipsing all else. The patinas will be a silver nitrate on the horse’s body, and dark contrasting silver nitrate o the crescent, giving the appearance of polished marble with bronze tones showing thru.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Eclipse
    563,720
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 3,200

     

    Dimensions

    H 16in x W 13in x D 11in

    Weight 11 lbs

      

    In this work, Star's a study of  has captured the Lipizzaner Stallion in the most difficult and extreme position, taught by the centuries old Spanish Riding school of Vienna, the “Capriole”.  It represents the zenith of accomplishment, the pinnacle of success, eclipsing all else.  The patinas will be a silver nitrate on the horse’s body, and dark contrasting silver nitrate o the crescent, giving the appearance of polished marble with bronze tones showing thru.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Eclipse Sketch
    452,677
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 2,700

    Dimensions

    H 15in x W 11in x D 6in

    Weight 16 lbs

     

    Most of us are familiar with the Chinese Terra cotta

    warrior horses from the Tang Dynasty period.

    Instead, I choose for inspiration the equines found in

    the Quig Dynasty paintings, since the style of horse

    depicted was so sculptural; rounded shapes drawn with

    multicolored horses of unusual and striking color and

    pattern, possibly because they owned by nobility who

    wished to be seen  on eye catching steeds; the mounts

    of Lords & Emperors.

     

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Imperial
    587,756
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 5,100

    Dimensions

    H 14in x W 14.5in x D 5.5in

    Weight 20 lbs

    Most of us are familiar with the Chinese Terra cotta

    warrior horses from the Tang Dynasty period.

    Instead, I choose for inspiration the equines found in

    the Quig Dynasty paintings, since the style of horse

    depicted was so sculptural; rounded shapes drawn with

    multicolored horses of unusual and striking color and

    pattern, possibly because they owned by nobility who

    wished to be seen  on eye catching steeds; the mounts

    of Lords & Emperors.

     

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Chinese Red
    696,720
  • Bronze Edition of 35.


    Price $ 1,500

    Dimensions

    H 7.5in x W 6in x D 3.5in

    Weight 8 lbs

     

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Budweiser
    900,652
  • One of the underrated pleasures of sculpture is that when it comes to making decisions about how to display a piece, this automatically engages the collector in a creative collaboration with the artist. Brood Band of the 6666 Ranch incorporates this concept by presenting a group of mares and foals that are not affixed to the base, allowing the collector to be the narrator of the overall piece by the way he arranges the horses and puts them into different relationships with each other. The idea underlying this presentation came from watching the constantly changing configuration of the brood band in my own pastures.

    Set of 6 horses; Bronze Edition 30:


    Colt I: approx. 7.5 x 8 x 3” $1,000.00 2lbs
    Colt II (Lying Down): approx. 4.5 x 5.5 x 4”  $1000.00 3lbs
    Curious: approx. 6.5 x 9 x 3” $1200.00 2lbs
    Little Brother: approx. 6 x 5 x 2” $1000.00 4lbs
    Mare I ( Head up): approx. 9 x 13 x 6” $ 2500.00 13lbs
    Mare II (Head Down): approx. 10.25 x 14 x 5.5 $2500.00  13 lbs

     

    Photograph Wendy McEahern

    Brood Band of the 6666 Ranch (set of six)
    800,624
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 2,700

    Dimensions
    H 12in x W 7.5in x D 4.5in

    Weight 11lbs.

     

    One of the underrated pleasures of sculpture is that when it comes to making decisions about how to display a piece, this automatically engages the collector in a creative collaboration with the artist. Brood Band of the 6666 Ranch incorporates this concept by presenting a group of mares and foals that are not affixed to the base, allowing the collector to be the narrator of the overall piece by the way he arranges the horses and puts them into different relationships with each other. The idea underlying this presentation came from watching the constantly changing configuration of the brood band in my own pastures.

     

     

    Roll Over
    900,575
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 3,600

    Dimensions

    H 12in x W 13.5in x D 4in

    Weight 15 lbs

      

    The inspiration for this sculpture comes out of a fundraising event we hosted at our ranch for a therapeutic riding program. We brought in a variety of equine models; from cowboys & Indians to Burros & vaqueros’ for artists to paint, draw, sculpt and photograph. One of the models was a nude seated bareback on one of my mares. For 5 hours the mare stood patiently as the nude model assumed various poses for the working artists. Moonlit is my expression of the unique experience.

    Photo credit John Guernsy

    Moon lit
    900,655
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 1,200

    Dimensions

    H 9in x W 7.5in x D 1.5in

    Weight 4 lbs

     

     

    Grand Prix
    534,720
  •  

    Bronze Edition of 25.

    Price $ 32,000

     

    Dimensions
    H 56.5in x W 60in x D 26in

    Weight
    280 lb.


    One of the main actors found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.
     

     

    “Mares at Play” is a miniature series of six Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions.  They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions. 

     

    “Rock Art Mare” the first of two enlargements has just been completed to lifesize and expresses an alert surprise . . . as if it has turned out from the rock wall surface to notice us for the first time.

     

    Rock Art Roll the second enlargement of these mares; rolls on her back  to enjoy the warmed earth dusting that generally maintaines the mare’s sleek coat. 

    Alert Monument
    516,504
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 1,200

     

    Dimensions

    H 5 in x W 6 in x D 3.5 in

    Weight 2 lbs.

     


     

         The "Mares at Play"  series is of Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities as if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions.  They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions. 

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Roll VI
    622,720
  • Edition of 25
    Price $ 30,000

    Dimensions

    H 42in x W 33in x D26in

    Weight  260 lb


    Rock Art Mare "Roll" (Mon)
    900,619
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 900

    Dimensions

    H 1.5in x W 3.5in x D 2.5in

    Weight 1 lb

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Dreaming Horse
    800,533
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price: $ 7,000.00

     

    Dimensions
    Varies from
    H 5in x W 7in x D 3in

        

    The "Mares at Play"  series is of Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities as if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions.  They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions. 

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Mares at Play
    756,504
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 4200.00 for five including Prance pictured separately

    Alert, Stretch, Roll, Itch not pictured Prance 

    Dimensions Varies from
    H 5in x W 6in x D 3.5in
    Weight .5lb ea

     

     

    The "Mares at Play"  series is of Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities as if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions.  They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions. 

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Rock Art Mares (mini)
    900,600
  • Bronze editon size 50

    Price 900.00

    Deminsions H 3.75in x W 4.5in x D 1.5in

    Weight 1 lbs

     

    Part of the Rock Art Minis set, picture previous

     

    The "Mares at Play" series is of Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities as if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions. They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions. 

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

     

    Artist may reproduce as needed for self promotional purposes. Any third party use by photographers permission only. Photo credit: © 2008 Wendy McEahern Photography must accompany all use.

    Prance (mini)
    900,600
  • "Rearing (II)" Rock Art Mare Series

    Edition Size 50

    Price: 1200.00

    Dimensions: 7 x 6.5 x 2

    1 lbs

    Rearing (II)
    216,305
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 1,200

     

    Dimensions
    H 7in x W 7in x D 2.5in

    Weight 2lbs

     

     

     

     

     

    The "Mares at Play"  series is of Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities as if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions.  They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions.

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Stretch (III)
    525,684
  • Bronze Edition size of 50

    Price 1200.00

    Deminsions H 5in x L 7in x W 2.5in

    Weight 1.5 lbs

     

    In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind. They are found virtually on every continent. Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.

    One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

    "Mares at Play" is a miniature series of six Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions. They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions.

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Stretch
    700,720
  • Bronze Edition of 50

    Price 1200.00

    Deminsions H 7in x L 7.5in x D 2.5in

    Weight 2 lbs

     

    In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind. They are found virtually on every continent. Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.

    One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

    "Mares at Play" is a miniature series of six Rock Art inspired ponies that reflect the playful possibilities if these equines materialized off their rock walls into three dimensions. They relate to one another in delightful expressive reactions.

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Spooked II
    621,720
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 1,200

    Dimensions
    H 4in x W 8in x D 2in

    Weight 2lbs.

     

    In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind. They are found virtually on every continent. Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.

    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it. Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety. Even with their archaic means and simplicity they often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.

    The caves of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history. European authorities at first refused to believe that "primitive hands" could have rendered such artistry. What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings. These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

    One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

     

    Photo credit John Guernsey

    Lying Down (II)
    900,711
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 1,500

     

    Dimensions
    H 4.5in x W 8in x D 2in

    Weight 5lbs.

     

    In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind.   They are found virtually on every continent.  Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.  Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity they often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.

    The caves of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that "primitive hands" could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

     
    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Good Scratch
    900,599
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 2400.00

    Dimensions
    H 6.5in x W 10in x D 3in

    Weight 5lbs.

     

    In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind. They are found virtually on every continent. Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.

    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it. Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety. Even with their archaic means and simplicity they often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.

    The caves of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history. European authorities at first refused to believe that "primitive hands" could have rendered such artistry. What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings. These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

    One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Scratch My Back
    720,576
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price: $ 3,000

     Dimensions

    H 15in x W 19in x D 9in

    Weight 17 lbs

     

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

        
    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Rocksie
    865,576
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 3,000

     

    Dimensions

    H 13in x W 9in x D 5in

     

    Weight 13lbs


    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.



    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Scratch
    900,600
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 3,000

     

    Dimensions
    H 14in x W 16in x D 6in

    Weight
    16 lb.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.
      Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious. 

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Coquette
    600,792
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 3,000

     

    Dimensions
    H 14in x W 15in x D 6in

    Look for Sassy in a Smaller Version to fit with the Mares at Play Set @ $ 1200.00

    Weight
    17 lb.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.
      Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious. 

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.


     Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Sassy
    588,792
  •  

    Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 3,800

     

    Dimensions
    H 18in x W 18in x D 8in

    Weight 30 lbs

     

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Shadow Dancer
    576,720
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 3,000

     

    Dimensions
    H 9in x W 13in x D 6.5in

    Weight 15lbs

     

     


    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Roly Poly
    865,576
  • Bronze Edition of 35

    Price 3,000.00

    Deminsions H 14.5in x L 16in x W 5.5in

    Weight 15 lbs

     

    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it. Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety. Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history. European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry. What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings. These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo Credit Underexposed

    Stepping Out
    864,691
  •  

    Bronze Edition of 35.

    Price $ 3,200

    Individual Price at $1,800.00

     

    Dimensions
    H 11in x W 6in x D 9in Bucking
    10 in x W 6in x D 11 Rearing
    Weight
    5 lb. ea


    In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind.   They are found virtually on every continent.  Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.

    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.  Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity they often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.


    The caves of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that "primitive hands" could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    The Dance
    900,599
  • Bronze Edition of 35.

    Set of two

    Price 3,200

    Indivdual price of each at $ 1,800.00

     

    Dimensions
    H 7in x W 9in x D 3in Dancing 
    H 9in x W 7 in x D 3in Boxer
    Weight
    5 lb. ea


     In rock graphics depicted by Stone Age Man we find a legacy, which belongs to all mankind.   They are found virtually on every continent.  Some experts believe the animal imagery was done as a way of establishing a supernatural connection with the game early man hunted for his survival.

    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.  Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity they often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.

    The caves of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that "primitive hands" could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

    One of the main characters found in Paleolithic "picture caves" are wooly ponies - grouped in ways that seem to have a special mystical function, and rendered with a fluency and grace of line that make them as alive as their counterparts in the light-world.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Shadow Dancing and Boxer
    864,576
  • Open Edtion Sterling Silver

    Price $ 2,000

    Dimensions

    H 3.5in x W 4.5in x D 1in

    Weight 1 lb

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Silver Rock Art Mare
    834,554
    Not For Sale
  • Bronze Edition of 35.
    Price $ 3,800.00
    Dimensions
    H 28in x W 24in x D 5in

    Weight 20 lbs

     

    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it. Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety. Even with their archaic means and simplicity they often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious.
    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history. European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry. What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings. These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimensions.

     

    Photo Credit UnderExposed 

    Tribal Stallion
    799,1000
  • Bronze Edition of 50.

    Price $ 3,000

     

    Dimensions
    H 14in x W 16in x D 6in

    Weight
    16 lb.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.
      Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious. 

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-du Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Itch (II)
    900,969
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