All works are available for sale by commission, and are made in stainless steel for maintenance free, permanent outdoor exposure. Please contact me for all sale inquiries.
Apocalypto was originally built in 2011, out of steel, at the Art Student's League of New York, Vytlacil Campus. It was the third life size horse sculpture ever built, and was entirely hammered by hand. It has since then been cast in bronze and replicated in stainless steel. A bronze replica is a part of the permanent collection of the Winter Equestrian Festival. Apocalypto is a very special horse to me, it has taken me to many places, and it is the one of the few original sculptures that I still own and will most likely never part with. In no other piece do I feel the spirit of a horse more than when I look into his eyes.
Equus Argentum was commissioned by the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL, in 2012, and is now on permanent display along with a bronze of Apocalypto and a galvanized steel Galloping Horse. Representing a horse in the dressage pose called "Passage", it was built in Brooklyn, NY. The WEF is one of the largest and most prestigious equine competition grounds in the world, hosting international dressage and show jumping events.
Galloping Wind was built in 2018 in Brewster, NY, and was first exhibited at Burning Man that summer. The reiteration of the "galloping on one foot" pose was made with exaggerated curves and anatomy to further accentuate the movement and the energy.
Galloping Horse was originally built in 2012, out of steel, in Brooklyn, NY. It was the fourth life size horse sculpture ever built, and was entirely hammered by hand. It is now a part of the permanent collection of the Winter Equestrian Festival, as well as a residence in Luxembourg.
Grand Cheval was the first ever life-size horse sculpture, originally built in steel in 2009, at the Art Student's League of NY. Entirely hammered by hand, it was sold before it was even finished, marking one of the first major milestones in my career.