"The Noble Horse" - Peter Busby

Created by artist Peter Busby in 1999, "The Noble Horse" is a wire sculpture that is located outside of the University of Toledo's Rocket Hall.

The sculpture reflects the area's prior history as grazing land for domesticated farm animals.

Unlike some artistic efforts, there is no need to provide closed captioning for those who wish to enjoy this work of art. I also frown upon the juvenile attempts at poking fun at Busby's work by noted misanthrope Subcomandante Bob, who had a different interpretation of The Noble Horse.

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Blogger Hooda Thunkit said...


You must take into consideration, that Subcomandante Bob suffers from considerable warp in his perception of what we refer to as our reality. . . ;-)

5:35 PM  
Blogger Therese said...

I agree that this artistic work does not need closed captioning. I think it speaks for itself.

3:26 PM  

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