Trisan Construction was proud to support the Headwaters Parade of horses, a whimsical and unique series of outdoor horse sculptures featuring 26 fiberglass horses transformed through the creativity of talented artisans.
Each statue stands at 15 hands , 6 feet at the highest point, and weighs 150 pounds. The public were invited to purchase one of the horses in the parade, and the 26 patrons who are now “horse owners” stepped up to generously support this undertaking, and help bring the vision to life. Trisan made the selection of The Conqueror by Carolina Remmig-Drenters. The horse represents a native American Indian horse. In times of celebration they decorated their horses with dye made from flowers and trees. The hands were put on by each villager for a safe return and in spirit during times of battle. The statue was then donated to and currently resides at the Trisan Centre.
The horse represents a native American Indian horse. In times of celebration they decorated their horses with dye made from flowers and trees. The hands were put on by each villager for a safe return.
About Carolina Remmig-Drenters:
“Born & raised on a farm, the love of horses, the beauty of animals and nature, is such an inspiration to me.”
Carolina comes from a family of artists and has been painting since she was a young child. Her brother, Joseph, was a member of the Royal Canadian Society of fine arts. Her brother, Andreas, resides and has a sculpture studio in the Rockwood Academy.
With the encouragement of a former school teacher, family and friends, Carolina has followed her passion for painting and is influenced by such artists as Van Gogh (a relation on her maternal side), Vermeer, The Group of Seven and Emily Carr.