Karen Horne on CONTACT with Mary Dickson

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Karen Horne invited to appear on CONTACT with Mary Dickson to discuss her Night and Day cityscape retrospective, Summer 2014 Click here to watch the video: https://www.kued.org/contact/night-and-day-karen-horne-paints-the-changing-light-salt-lake-city

Mayor’s Visual Artist Award

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Mayor’s Visual Artist Award presented to Karen Horne for her “contribution to the cultural life of Salt Lake City” including her ongoing series of Salt Lake City paintings.

Karen Horne Cityscapes in Southwest Art

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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, … Continued

Remembering Sugar House

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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 … Continued

Town & Country – Springville Museum of Art

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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 … Continued

Southwest Art – July 2005

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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 … Continued

Catalyst Magazine – June 2005

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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.