24.08.11 by Jeff

Heather Jansch

Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch.

Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch

Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch

Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch

Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch

Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • these are amazing.

  • shannon

    beautiful.

  • garrett

    horsays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • she really has got some crazy skills. to fit all that together is possibly impossible

  • Flora

    trop beau!

  • Jerrrrrry

    also see Deborah Butterfield — very similiar

  • I also immediately thought of Deborah Butterfield who makes life sized hose sculptures out of driftwood and then casts them in bronze.

    • yah the Butterfield connection is… strange. for what it’s worth, i think Butterfield’s abstract work is more interesting, but even her straightforward horse-sculptures blow these out of the water.

  • beautiful anatomy on these pieces!!! brings troya back to memory :)

  • All sculptors should learn from Heather. Hats off

  • es

    So beautiful!

  • Michael

    Sorry guys, but I prefer Heather’s work. It’s more dynamic and indeed less abstract. Nonetheless, both are good.





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