Best Impressionist Cityscapes of Salt Lake City

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City Weekly ARTY, Awarded to Karen Horne’s ongoing series

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A mini-retrospective of Karen Horne’s ongoing series on the landmarks and gathering places of Salt Lake City. Includes nearly 40 paintings and pastels, many new this spring, and an early Arts Festival painting loaned by the Utah Arts and Museums Fine Art Collection. Enjoy scenes of the Capitol Theatre, Abravanel, SL Temple, Rose Wagner, Trax, Liberty Park, the Walker Center, and the City County Building.

Interview with Mary Dickson, on KUED TV’s Contact

15 Bytes, July 2014, Artist Profile, “The Beauty of Present-Day Life – Karen Horne, Painter of Salt Lake City” by Ehren Clark p.1

The Utah Review article:

City Weekly ESSENTIALS, “Night and Day: Karen Horne Paints the Changing Light of Salt Lake City”, by Brian Staker. Thursday 7.10.2014

“Her works demonstrate the progression of contemporary impressionism in an urban landscape, and there’s flair to them that renders the city almost Parisian.”