Southwest Art placed Karen Horne's new series of cityscapes front and center in BEST OF THE WEST - Rocky Mountains.
"CITY VIEWS - Painter Karen Horne takes viewers on a magic carpet ride through the streets of London, San Francisco, New York, and Las Vegas...." (November 2009 issue).
|Harpist Tamara Oswald and Flutist Jeannine Goeckeritz enchanted visitors to the gallery with selections from their gorgeous new CD Chanson. (Holiday Gallery Stroll, Dec. 4, 2009) For more about Chanson visit www.harpandflute.com.|
|Enjoy Ben Fulton's feature article on Jamie Wayman's new series, "Brushing Up on the Beauty Below: Painter Swimmer Captures Water's Allure" (Salt Lake Tribune, MIX section, Sunday, August 30, 2009)|
A generous arts patron and collector has donated the painting "Braving the Rain" to the Salt Lake County Art Collection. This painting was part of the Art of Performance Series.
Now Karen Horne is represented in the collection by an oil painting as well as by her pastel of spectators at the 2002 Olympics (Soldier Hollow #1) that was purchased by Salt Lake County in 2003.
"Art inspires art. Creativity feeds off creativity. It can be an endless circle of energy, symbiosis and delight" So observes Carma Wadley in her lavishly illustrated feature on Karen Horne's series on the performing arts.
(Behind the Scenes: Artist Shows Pageantry of Performance", Deseret News, Life Etc, Arts Section, Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009, p. E1,2. Photo credit: Tom Smart, Deseret News).
|HORNE Fine Art's "Remembering Sugar House" is featured in the front of the Close-Up section of the Salt Lake Tribune.
This popular exhibition showcased Ken Baxter's paintings of this neighborhood before its demolition. Writer Katie Drake wrote the article, "Dapples of history - Artist grows to appreciate historic neighborhood during documentary project." (Friday, April 18, 2008, V1,V3)
|Salt Lake Visitor’s Bureau spotlights Jamie Wayman’s sparkling swimmer paintings in its article “Eye Openers: Looking Beyond the Landscape”, which appeared in its Spring/Summer 2007 Guide, p. 36.|
|The Springville Museum of Art presented "Town and Country" a major show of paintings by Karen Horne and Phyllis Horne, beautifully installed in the Dumke galleries.
Reporter Brandon Griggs of the Salt Lake Tribune honored the event with a full page feature "Town and country canvases," which ran on Sunday, September 10, 2006, p. D3. (Photo credit: Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune)
|Karen Horne's series of restaurant paintings get the spotlight in Southwest Art's article "Cafe Society" by Bonnie Gangelhoff. The shimmering painting, "Twilight Dining" is featured. (October 2005 Collector's Issue, p. 147).|
|The June 2005 Issue of CATALYST visits the gallery and finds it "a rich asset for the Salt Lake community." Read the entire article of
Horne Fine Art, Continuing a Utah legacy by Lance W. Duffin.
|Southwest Art visits select Utah galleries and spotlights Horne Fine Art. Writer Ann Zimmerman takes note of the intriguing theme exhibitions and the gallery's interior which gives "visitors a sense of stepping into a New York loft." ( "In the Mountains" p. 146-149, July 2005).|
on the Cover of the March 2004 issue of CATALYST, Horne Fine Art exhibiting
Ben Steele, and his painting "Urban Edge".
Hollow #1" pastel by Karen Horne recently
purchased by the Salt Lake County Art Collection. Soldier Hollow #1 is part of a Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympics series by Karen.
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