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COREY HORNE

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Corey John Horne ARTIST STATEMENT:

Primarily, my goal is to have an intimate conversation with the viewer. Distance, light, color and texture are very important elements which I achieve through many applications of surface structure and layers of glazes. I strive to create works of art that in addition to being aesthetically pleasing, are also infused with energy and convey a profound simplicity.
          These inspired images are highly symbolic, personal, and often metaphors of sacred principles I have grown to understand throughout my life. They often signify the dormancy of great potential, nourishment of spirit, the birth of courageous new beginnings and the maturation of the soul. They express compassion for the pain, conflict and isolation inherent in our humanity. But most notably, they share man’s precious and universal sentiments of hope, perseverance, brotherhood, joy and peace.

 

Corey John Horne is a self-taught artist who has been developing his own intuitive painting style and technique since he was a boy. Corey is native to and currently resides in Denver, Colorado, where he is a part of the Neo Art Studios, above Grace Gallery in the heart of the Denver Arts District. For fifteen years he was a successful self-employed Decorative Painter for the Interior Design trade in Denver, Colorado. In 2006 Corey moved to Santa Fe, NM and created and opened the celebrated and enigmatic Rockpaper Gallery in the satellite art colony of Madrid, NM. Corey returned to Denver in 2016. Corey John Horne has been in several solo shows, and was a selected artist at the Colorado Arts Festival and has been featured in several publications including Colorado Homes and Lifestyles, The Rocky Mountain News, Colorado Modern art magazine, Not Drowning-Waving Magazine and The Santa Fe Reporter.

 

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