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 Deborah Kay Butterfield  (1949 - )

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Lived/Active: Montana/California      Known for: abstract mixed-media horse sculpture

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Deborah Kay Butterfield
from Auction House Records.
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Art © Deborah Butterfield/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY See Details
Born in San Diego, California, on the day of the 75th running of the Kentucky Derby, Deborah Butterfield credits this event as determining her career as a modernist sculptor of horses.

Her work is a combination of abstraction and reality.  She uses found objects*, related to both horses and the discards of modern society, and applies these symbolic objects to armaments that are realistic shapes of horses' bodies.  The overall effect is of a large, strong, loveable animal (showing 500 of 9691 characters).



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