Talk about Art
March 28, 2019
A column by Carolyn Henderson
There's a lot more you can do with an old horseshoe than nail it over your doorway for luck.
At least, if you're Annie Behlau of Milton-Freewater, who creates sculptures of everything from Scottish Terriers to modern dancers, using old horseshoes and their ilk.
"I gather steel scrap from salvage yards, junk piles, yard sales, and farms," the artist, who raised her now grown family on a 100-acre farm just outside of Dayton says. "I also use horseshoes gotten from my friendly farrier."
With a family background in blacksmithing that includes a father, brother, an...
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