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An Evolving Show

Featuring New Artworks of Paris, Giverny & Salt Lake City


Friday, September 18, 2-9 p.m.

Saturday, September 19, 12-6 p.m.

We invite you to stroll the streets and cafes of Paris, and Monet’s Garden at Giverny, as seen in Karen Horne’s latest artwork from her visit to France. Also feast on her light-and-color filled paintings of local restaurants, landmarks and neighborhoods. Browse cheering gardens and magnificent western landscapes by Phyllis Horne.
Come join us for this in-person open house in our spacious, airy gallery/studio, with extended hours and safety measures (face masks required). If you prefer to browse the exhibit virtually, we will continue to post new works on the website.
To promote safety we will extend the hours of our open studio—over two days—to reduce crowding. We will also require all guests to wear face coverings, and will limit visitors to 12 in the gallery at any one time. Hand-sanitizer will be available throughout the gallery. We’ll endeavor to make your visit safe with new protocols. In that effort, we apologize, food will not be served.

For those of you who would prefer to preview the show and Karen Horne’s new works virtually, click here. 

You may also book a private visit to browse the gallery at your convenience. Feel free to call or submit an inquiry to set up a time!