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Name of the horse of the Byzantine emperor Heraclio in the battle of Nineveh, is a mystery. The most correct version indicates that the name of the horse was Dorkas. The story tells that Dorkas was the horse of the Byzantine Emperor Heraclio in the battle of Nineveh
Sculpture:Metal on Wood
Size:5.9 W x 17.7 H x 14.2 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
The attractiveness of being an artist is the ability to reflect own experiences and utopias. The horse, subject rooted, persistent, and present, manipulated as a instrument allowing me to grow, recreating thoughts and situations in different areas of daily life. Protagonists of the existing binding with the nonexistent of our minds, cornerstones in the development of my proposals building emotional conflicts. Persistent creative work, have led me to explore new materials and techniques, experimenting in the three-dimensional world. Create images and objects visually poetic permits recreating everyday settings, searching the depths of a being the most important lines where those ties are responsible for creating a figure, that's where I speculate about art as a transmitter of images that bind polishing a feeling where memory is responsible for completing a concept.
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