Gaining Traction, Finding Your Niche and Equestrian Sculpture with Charlie Langton
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Today on the podcast, Lucy Branch, talks to Charlie Langton who is one of the most sought-after equine artists of our time. His sculptures revels in the difference in attitude, character and physicality that sets champion racehorses apart. He has undertaken major commissions of famous racehorses including his over-life-size bronze tribute to four-time Gold Cup Winner, Yeats, in the parade ring at Ascot Racecourse. His interview is particularly interesting because his area of work is so niche, anyone who thinks that they couldn’t possibly build a business by focusing on just one thing will be proved wrong by his story.
Join us and BE INSPIRED BY SCULPTURE. You can find images of Charlie Langdon's work and a transcription of the interview at Sculpture Vulture Blog - SCULPTURE VULTURE
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