Too often I'm am under-whelmed by some of the "art" we are exposed to and made to feel inadequate if we don't swoon over it. You know the stuff I mean... 3 planks of wood and a roll of barbed wire; a few splotches of paint or perhaps an animal carcass in brine. However, I was quite enamoured of this magnificent statue of a Clydesdale horse which greeted our arrival in Boonah from Brisbane last week and thought you might like to enjoy him too.
There is an Arabian proverb which says: "The wind of Heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears."
Most apt in this case don't you think?
The sculptor is Andrew Scott.