The sculpture "Blizzard" is the embodiment of dynamics and internal tension. The blizzard hits the animal in the face, forcing it to turn away, but the contour of the neck muscles shows that the horse did not stop moving, rushing forward in defiance of the elements. The imagination, spurred on by the flowing lines of a flying mane, draws on how the snow sticks and immediately melts on a heated body, and the howl of bad weather is intertwined with a horse's whinny. The image of a horse is full of pressure and fearlessness, inspiring spiritual awe and awe of the power hidden in it.

Materials: bronze, Italian patination, panel - metal

Materials: Bronze

Author: Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov