Elynne Chudnovsky received her art education from The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pa. Using traditional tools and native hardwoods, Elynne's sculpture is a concrete expression of the delight and awe familiar to those who spend time among horses.
"I've chosen wood to be my primary medium because, much like a horse, it has an intrinsic beauty and a character of its own. Although the beauty of wood may be somewhat hidden while in its rough state, I know that with patience and attentiveness to the qualities of each piece of wood I select, that same rough wood will emerge as an equal partner in the creation of something beautiful and unique."
Wind and Fire
20" Wide, 17" High, 15lb in Weight
8.25" x 24" x 1"
14.5 x 20 x 2
14.5 x 18 x 2