The Pigs and Horses at Eden


Heather Jansch

A sculptress with an international reputation in a number of media is represented at Eden by driftwood and cork sculpture of animals in which the component pieces sing of the musculature and character of the subjects.

The horses that greet the visitor entering the site are captured on the edge of flight, held by their curiosity, but ready to toss their heads and spring away.



Out in the warm tropical biome, pigs graze the sparse underbrush of a cork oak forest,earthbound representatives of a fauna so rich that the countless songbirds give rise to the name "whistler trees."


For a full lyrical description of the range of sculptor's work, please visit a site describing one of her exhibitions:

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