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Heather Jansch is a primarily self-taught sculptor based in Devon, England.
Jansch struggled in school, but had a passion for drawing and horses. This girlhood hobby became her main focus in later life.
Today she makes life-size sculptures of horses out of driftwood, and occasionally cork. Her chief artistic influence is Leonardo da Vinci.
Her work has been exhibited across Europe.
"I have a crazy love for horses and Heather Jansch's take on the equine form is just beautiful. Her work is stately and elegant and at the same time organic and earthy. It’s F. W. Reed having tea with Leonardo Da Vinci, with her own special gifts thrown in."