I like everything about the horse. The way he looks, feels, smells and responds to life. I can't think of a subject I find more inspiring. The first primitive scribble I remember drawing as a child was a wholehearted attempt to capture the equine in all his glory, and I'm still trying today.
I started sculpting when I was in my early teens. Having noformal instruction, it was a matter of trial and error - often heavy on the error. I experimented with many sculpting mediums until I was given a block of victory brown wax for my sixteenth birthday. I used it to create what became my first bronze edition. It's been many since then but the joy of creation hasn't lost it's luster. Every piece I begin holds the some thrill of fresh inspiration and the challenge of bringing it to fruition.