Art as part of everyday living


Dedication of “The Mirage of the Horse” by Amgalan Tsevegmid

Saturday September 29th 2018 at Nashua’s Riverwalk.

Horse dedication
Donor William Drury
Horse dedication
Kathy Hersh and Mayor Donchess

The dedication of the sculpture, ‘The Mirage of the Horse’ was held on September 29th on the Riverwalk at Cotton Mill Square. Sculpture supporters and committee members joined benefactor William Drury in paying tribute to Amgalan Tsevegmid’s beautiful work.

Artist’s Statement

Mongolia is a wonderful country with virgin lands and endless plateaus. I’ve travelled throughout my country for many years, and the beauty of its nature is in my memory forever.

I describe these memories through my art. It may sound strange that someone could try to describe space in the air (it’s about perspective), movement in the air (it’s about horizons in nature), and the shining of the sun (it’s about light, etc.), however, it is my aim to describe these things through my art.


Sculptor Amgalan Tsevegmid of Mongolia
Horse dedication