ANNOUNCEMENT: Transition to Studio Emphasis

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Due to time constraints and demand for the work of Karen Horne, we are announcing a transition this month at HORNE Fine Art Gallery/Studio. We are shifting from a gallery emphasis, with a stable of several artists, to a studio emphasis for the creation of her artwork. Over these sixteen years, we have had the great pleasure and opportunity to identify and present to the Utah community the work of exciting emerging artists, as well as several noted colleagues. We have presented nearly 200 monthly gallery strolls to the local community and worked with dozens of artists. It’s been a delight to feature and offer the work of talented colleagues and we wish them well! PARTING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW! Below are a just a few photo highlights of the artists and group theme exhibitions we’ve presented.

(Note that we will continue to offer the work of Phyllis Horne).

To mark this new era, Karen Horne is excited to hold an OPEN STUDIO event the weekend of Oct. 12&13, from 10 a.m-6 p.m., both days.

 

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Artist Karen Horne at the easel
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Jamie Wayman with Little Swimmers
Ryan Cannon with Green Rows, featured in Southwest Art, 21 Under 31
Ryan Cannon with Green Rows, featured in Southwest Art, 21 Under 31
Ken Baxter with paintings in Remembering Sugar House
Ken Baxter with paintings in Remembering Sugar House
Glen and Barbara Edwards with their paintings for All the World's a Stage
Glen and Barbara Edwards with their paintings for All the World’s a Stage

Ted Wassmer, with his Wall of Wassmers
Ted Wassmer, with his Wall of Wassmers
Jamie Wayman with her works in Making a Splash
Jamie Wayman with her works in Making a Splash
Exploring RED, group theme show
Exploring RED, group theme show

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