COUNT DOWN CONTINUES. Here you see the welded metal moose sculpture, by Jenny Horstman, being unloaded in front of the Holiday Inn by the entrance in Saratoga. Stories have it that a live moose has been in Saratoga and on Broadway. Now there is another one! If you care to see a video of these delivieries please click on the following You Tube address. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mohq0BkVyYo
SEE YOU SOON.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Yesterday, Jenny Horstman's amazing welded metal horse sculpture was literally dropped, gently, in front of the Holiday Inn. He is already attracting attention and well he should. Tomorrow will be the installation of the "Moose". Remember to check newsletter on www.equidae.com for dates of things happening at this summer's show.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES. Arriving at the Holiday Inn today were two new sculptures by the new sculpture artist, Jenny Horstman. Life size and incredible, these welded metal, one of a kind pieces will surely astound you. But please check back soon for there will be more images as the Terry Lindsey Equidae Gallery comes to life for another fabulous season. www.equidae.com
Monday, July 11, 2011
HERE WE STARTING COUNTDOWN FOR THE TERRY LINDSEY EQUIDAE GALLERY SUMMER SHOW in Saratoga, New York at the Holiday Inn. The first outdoor installation "FALLEN TREE" is in place and looks fabulous. It contains two bubbling fountains and will surely catch the eye of many. Kathie Friedenberg is the sculptor and offers FALLEN TREE in a smaller size in bronze. Saturday is our next installation of two life size pieces outside as well. Check back on this blog Sunday and I will have images. Rembember the walls go up Friday, July 22nd and you are welcome to visit any time during the hanging of the show.
Sunday, July 3, 2011
July 3rd and counting as we prepare for set up day, July 22nd at the Holiday Inn in Saratoga, New York and the TENTH SEASON CELEBRATION!!!! We will have many exciting activities at this summer's show so be sure to check facebook, blog and /or website for details. Go to www.equidae.com then to the newsletter for dates. The above painting is one of the 10 inch by 10 inch paintings done for the show. It is an oil of early exercise riders in Newmarket, England.