Horseshoes Sculpted into Works of Art

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Horseshoes in Motion

Our friend Jim Jimenez, farrier from southern California, forwarded information from the Horse & Man blog on a sculptor from the UK named Tom Hill. Along with it, came a phenomenal group of images of work he has done using recycled horseshoes and even nails. Click here to see the article and more images. Quite the work, as you can see in these images.


The little metal one looks ready to rumble, while his friend seems a bit skeptical


The contact info listed in the article:  

Tewin Hill Farm
Workshop 01437 717336
Mobile 07886 928789

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4 Responses to Horseshoes Sculpted into Works of Art

  1. Mike Bucayu says:

    Really cool! Nice way to recycle the horseshoes! Quite a creative artist!

  2. David says:

    Absolutely amazing! You really have to admire the attention to detail and incredible likeness.

  3. Keith says:

    Those are some cool sculptures! And it’s a great way to recycle horseshoes and nails too. I bet a lot of people will want a sculpture like these.

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