Harriet’s creations reflect the life-like image and the spirit, emotion and character of the subjects. Harriet discovered at a very early age through her drawing and models of animals that she was very lucky to have inherited her grandparents creative talent.

Harriet Glen

Harriet has been involved with horses and animals all her life and made little clay horses to buy her first pony when she was 8! Harriet taught art in Sydney and was also involved in racing in Australia, before she came to England to further her artistic career.

Now based in the beautiful Dorset countryside, she is able to look out of her studio directly at the horses and wildlife, and take inspiration for her jewellery and bronze sculpture creations.

Her bronze sculptures are internationally recognised in prestigious collections throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, Hong Kong, the Middle East, North America, Australia and New Zealand.