Made from an assortment of objects including automobile parts, gear, farm equipment, horseshoes and found objects.
Stands approximately 30"+ from the tip of his "steel toe" ears to his front "hay tine spring" paws.
Offered for sale at $500.

What do you do with old chicken wire? Why, make
lifesized dog sculptures! Purchased by a woman in
New York state, this German Shepard and Doberman will be attached to a roof using hinges on their feet.

Stands 14.1h, over 6 feet tall.
Created from found objects. The majority of his body is comprised from the tines of an antique hay rake with bent metal rods to compliment and complete him. His head, mane and tail were cut and formed from discarded sheet metal. Other objects in his creation include, door knobs, brake shoes, hay fork tines, horseshoes and an antique stove leg.
Shown here at his owner's home in Salem, New York.

Horse sculpture.

5 feet tall.

Created from found objects.

Made entirely of recycled horse shoes.

Created from found metal objects.

This piece was created as an entry in the 2008 Wilmington, Vermont Vermonster community Art Project. He took the second highest bid at auction and is now a permanent guest at an Inn in Wilmington, Vermont.

The object of this community art project was to create a Vermont themed sculpture from found and used objects. VerMorganster is the Vermont state animal and he was created from items found on the farm, ie; barn boards, hay tedder wheels and his head was carved by chainsaw by me.

He is a full size draft horse who stands almost 6' at the shoulder (withers, 17 hands).

Comprised completely with donated, recycled horseshoes.
His mane and tail are unraveled steel cable.

This piece was created as an entry in the 2006 Bennington, Vermont "Palette Fest" Community Art Project. He was purchased by and resides at Mace Products in Bennington, Vermont.

Unique little horses made from recycled horseshoes.
They can also be custom made using your horse's shoes and painted to match your horse. A lasting tribute.

Horse sculpture.

6 feet tall.

Created from found objects.

This piece was created as an entry in the 2006 Bennington, Vermont "Palette Fest" Community Art Project.
He drew third highest bid at auction and now resides in Bennington, Vermont.

But none of these things move me neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus Christ, to testify the gospel of the Grace of God.
Acts: 20:24