“I explore metal’s kinetic movement so pieces can bounce, fly or dance in the breese. I love the curl as strips of metal become wild hair of a mane or tail.”
Like many young girls, Gail had a love affair with horses when she was growing up. That love continues today and has found its way into her work. The movements captured in her sculptures indeed reflect the memories of her childhood dogs, cats and her horse Sundance.
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