Harrie Fasher is an Australian artist whose sculptures explore the horse and its relationship to humans on a physical, historical and mythological level. Harrie is an accomplished equestrian athlete giving her the skill and experience required to describe the form and movement of the horse with attention to anatomical accuracy.
Her sculptures are dynamic; imbued with a sense of hand-sketched weightlessness whilst also capturing the strength and personality of the horse.
She has exhibited nationally and internationally with works shown at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney; Baer Art Centre, Iceland and Mall Galleries London.
Harri has a strong interest in communities and the development of opportunities has seen her develop a series of creative welding workshops. The Women Welders of the West, Youth “Heavy Metal” and Seniors “Gone Bush” programs have been a runaway success.
The Windmill Scholarship gave Harri the opportunity to look at future directions in her art.
Harrie is represented by Maunsell Wickes Gallery, Sydney.