Born in Aberdeen, artist Laura J. Antebi has exhibited her work and undertaken commissions since 1994.
From her studio in the heart of Ayrshire Laura creates artworks for exhibitions, homes, gardens, and businesses nationwide and abroad.
Her work covers a wide variety of subjects including portraiture, painting, figurative sculpture, as well as semi-abstract and organic forms.
Laura was commissioned by the National Army Museum in London to create a life-size horse as the centre piece for their hugely successful exhibition War Horse; Fact &Fiction.
Starting from a single piece of wire and guided by the material, Laura works directly from life and from memory to draw with wire in space.
Specializing in wire horses, Laura’s wildlife and equine sculptures are made from galvanized steel wire and recycled materials.
Laura has travelled the world for artistic inspiration throughout her life journeying through Europe, Africa, the Middle and Far East, Australia and the New World.