In her current exhibition, Butterfield continues to demonstrate her uncanny ability to observe and capture the equine spirit. 29/10/2016Driftwood sculptures of horses by artist Deborah Butterfield.Deborah Butterfield,Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, Washington, Tuesdays … 11/10/2014Danese/Corey is pleased to announce an exhibition of new sculpture by Deborah Butterfield, opening Thursday, September 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. 09/06/2018Sculptor Deborah Butterfield rides into town on a tsunami of debris Visiting An Art Gallery Viewing art in the city is one of the most enjoyable and free sources of entertainment one can find. There is an emotional and perceptual clarity and balance to Deborah Butterfield’s sculpture, which emerges from a lifelong, single-minded concentration on the horse as subject matter. She uses these materials as the basis for each work, casting the final sculpture in bronze, which creates a rich patina that mimics the natural color and texture of wood. She uses these materials as the basis for each work, casting the final sculpture in bronze, which creates a rich patina that mimics the natural color and texture of wood. She uses these materials as the basis for each work, casting the final sculpture in bronze, which creates a rich patina that mimics the natural color and texture of wood. Deborah Butterfield (American, born May 7, 1949) is a renowned sculptor, known for sculpting horses from materials such as wood and metal. In her current exhibition, Butterfield continues to … Deborah Butterfield’s sculptures of horses appear to be fashioned from branches, scrap metal, and weathered lumber. There is an emotional and perceptual clarity and balance to Deborah Butterfield’s sculpture, which emerges from a lifelong, single-minded concentration on the horse as subject matter. Deborah Butterfield’s sculptures of horses appear to be fashioned from branches, scrap metal, and weathered lumber.

Review: Deborah Butterfield's contemplative horses at Greg Kucera Recent horse figures by artist Deborah Butterfield are at Seattle's Greg Kucera Gallery through July 30, 2011. The opportunity to be educated on an unfamiliar form of art, by being in it’s physical presence, is a great gift to give one’s self. Butterfield was born in San Diego, CA, on the same day as the 75th running of the Kentucky Derby, a fact that she claims to be the source of inspiration for her tendency to sculpt horses. In 1977, she moved to a ranch in Montana and in 1979 began using scrap metal and found steel. By Gayle Clemans Special to The Seattle Times Horses inhabit a fascinating position in … Deborah Butterfield first began creating sculpture in the form of a horse in the 1970’s using mud, clay and sticks. Deborah Butterfield’s sculptures of horses appear to be fashioned from branches, scrap metal, and weathered lumber.