The making of... The Wind Horse
THE WIND HORSE
Each drawing takes between 4-6 weeks to complete; Sabina usually begins with the face of the primary animal and works the design outwards from there, adding and designing details as she goes.
The Wind Horse is wearing a Tibetan tiger rug as a saddle cloth, with a Tibetan bridle and saddle set inspired by items from The Met Museum. The Wind Horse carries the flaming jewel that fulfills all wishes on its back and is galloping in front of an arc of prayer flags, each featuring their own tiny Wind Horse as per the traditional design.
Along the top edge of the drawing sits a row of intricate Tibetan stirrups, each featuring a carved silver or brass ga’u box hanging within it. Each ga’u box holds an amulet inside to protect the wearer, acting as an auspicious charm.
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