“Powerful photo-collage essays!”

George Seedorf New Arts Examiner

 

 

“…Expressive…images afloat in the sea of the unconscious. These black and white works, lacerating and soothing, are beautiful and disturbing wholes.” Marsha Miro Detroit Free Press

 

 

“Horner’s images are disturbing and challenging and worth the effort. Prophetic…intentionally dark…mindscapes. The result is haunting, sometimes funny, and always probingly psychological.”

Lois Robbins, author of the book

Waking Up in the Age of Creativity

 

 

“The mutilated surface of the photograph itself evokes hidden objects and violent acts that further haunt…it retains the best of what surrealism has left us.”

Charlotte Stokes, Chairperson, Department of Art and Art History, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan.

 

 

“Horner’s work…represents our vision – or lack of vision – of a world where philosophical, religious, and metaphysical ideas are intertwined.”

Bruce Checefsky Dialogue: An Art Journal

 

 

[Horner is] “…not portraying the external world as we see it. Rather…to…convey…visions of personal beliefs or inner truths. Horner distresses his negatives, each of which is an intricate collage of images revealing a complex personal iconography.”

Samuel Sachs II, Director, The Detroit Institute of Arts