About the Artwork

This Limited Edition sculpture is a representation of the Ancient Bronze Age carving in the chalk hills of the Berkshire Downs by the Perceptive Artist Steve Boss, who adds…

“It was created using the ancient art of lost wax bronze casting.
A limited edition of 47.”

Artist Comment

“Currere” An ancient Celtic word meaning “to run”. The White Horse is an iconic image and has endured for centuries in our consciousness. I was inspired to create this piece as a tribute to my twin brother, for whom the white horse had special meaning. As a sculptor, I felt it would be a thought provoking piece, transforming a two dimensional chalk carving into a three dimensional bronze sculpture. A strictly limited edition of 47, each piece is numbered and signed and comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity and a separate solid oak plinth. Packaged in a black presentation box hand crafted in Great Britain, to protect the piece and add the finishing touch.
x 35.5cm
x 9.5cm
x width
x height

Currere – White Horse of Uffington sculpture

by Steve Boss
x 35.5cm
x 9.5cm
x width
x height


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