News

"Transformations"
Howard County Center for the Arts Group Exhibition

Sponsored by The Howard County Arts Council (MD), this exhibition features five artists, including Hornsby and several pieces from his "Fracture: Recontextualized" series.

"Interpreting Brain & Spinal Fluid Disorders Through Art"
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University - Gallery

Art League Rhode Island is sponsoring this unique national exhibition with art focused on disorders of the brain and the spine.

"Arts in the Airport" 21st Exhibition--Spring/Summer 2019
Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority

A juried exhibition sponsored by the Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville and the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport).

"Fracture: Recontextualized" Interactive
Solo Show
Emporium Center Gallery

Get the PDF press release
announcing Hornsby's solo
exhibition in Knoxville, TN.


"Recontextualized:
F-R-1 (b)" Exhibits
Second LaGrange Southeast Regional Exhibition

Get the PDF press release
announcing Hornsby's "F-R-1 (b)"
exhibition in LaGrange, GA.


"Fracture Recontextualized"
Hornsby's Recontextualized Art: Co-creative and Interactive

Get the PDF press release announcing how Hornsby is redefining “modular art” by repurposing his preexisting artwork.


Nashville Arts Magazine
The "Fracture" Series Featured

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's feature in the Nashville Arts Magazine.


Solo Exhibition
The "Fracture" Series

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's Solo Exhibit debut at the Customs House Museum.


BWAC: New York City
Black & White Show

Get the PDF press release
announcing the "Fracture" debut at the Black & White Show, NY, NY.

 

KNOXVILLE
"Arts in the Airport"

"Cotton 2" of the "Cotton" series shows at McGhee Tyson Airport's Juried "Arts in the Airport" Show from Apr. 17-Oct. 8, 2014.

 

KNOXVILLE
"Arts in the Airport"

"Bug" shows at McGhee Tyson Airport's Juried "Arts in the Airport" 2013 Spring/Summer Exhibition.

AAF: Knoxville
Hall of Fame Award

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's AAF Hall of Fame induction.

KNOXVILLE
"Arts in the Airport"

"Self Portrait" shows at McGhee Tyson Airport's Juried "Arts in the Airport" 2012 Spring/Summer Exhibition.

 
Howard County for the Arts: "Transformations"
Howard County, MD    |    Aug. 30 – Oct. 11, 2019

Howard County Center for the Arts Group Exhibition "Transformations"--running Aug. 30 through October 11, 2019--features five fine artists. The Howard County Arts Council chose several pieces by artists Rachel Borgman (Baltimore, MD), Maria Bouquet (Washington DC), Artemis Herber (Owings Mills, MD), Hornsby (Knoxville, TN), and Sunyoung Lee (Syracuse, NY).

The Arts Council provides a home for the arts at the Howard County Center for the Arts, a 32,000 square foot arts facility. Nearly 40,000 visitors a year browse through the galleries or attend an event at the Center.

Visit www.hocoarts.org for more information.

 
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University:
"Interpreting Brain & Spinal Fluid Disorders Through Art"
Providence, RI    |    Jun. 13 – Aug. 21, 2019

Hornsby's "Hydra-cephalus II" was chosen to exhibit at the The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University for the art show "Interpreting Brain & Spinal Fluid Disorders Through Art."

Historically and traditionally, the connection between art and medicine has been seen through medical illustration, which has been used for hundreds of years as a means for depicting medical and anatomical knowledge. And while the arts and sciences have long been viewed at the opposite ends of the spectrum, more and more U.S. medical training programs are integrating the arts and humanities into their curriculum.

How does this history influence the connection between art and medicine? A number of parallels exist between the role of being an artist and the role of a physician or clinician. Both require imagination and creativity, a certain sensitivity, a keen awareness of surroundings, a level of passion, and the ability to see beyond the obvious, to listen and respond, sometimes without words.

The Art League Rhode Island is sponsoring this unique national exhibition with art focused on disorders of the brain and the spine. Artists were encouraged to think beyond the obvious and create artwork that depicted their interpretation of the disorder. Selected artists’ interpretations reflect a myriad of perspectives from the psychological manifestations of the disorder, to the physical expressions or indicators of the disorder, functional changes at the cellular or systemic level, and/or the emotional toll on the patient.

The Opening Reception, held on June 15, 2019, was included as part of the 4th Annual CSF Disorders Symposium, sponsored by the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the Department of Neurosurgery at Brown. The art exhibition will be on display at the Alpert Medical School Gallery, 222 Richmond Street, Providence, Rhode Island, from June 14 – August 21, 2019.

 
Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport):
"Arts in the Airport 21st Exhibition – Spring/Summer 2019"
Knoxville, TN    |    Apr. 25–Aug. 28, 2019

Hornsby's "Flight 2" is on exhibition in Knoxville's McGhee Tyson Airport art show "Arts in the Airport 21st Exhibition – Spring/­Summer 2019", which will run through Aug. 28, 2019. This is Hornsby's fourth time exhibiting in this biannual show.

The Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville and the Metropolitan Knoxville Air­port Au­thority (McGhee Ty­son Airport) have again partnered to present a biannual exhibition entitled "Arts in the Airport". This juried exhibition was developed

to allow regional artists to compete and display work in the most visited site in the area. The selected art features contemporary 2- and 3-di­men­sional artwork.

43 brilliant works were chosen for this creative exhibition. The work is displayed in the secured area behind the security gate checkpoint at the airport, and it is available for viewing only by visitors flying in or out of the airport. However, artists and their guests may view the exhibition by making an appointment with an airport staff member.

 
Emporium Center Gallery: "Fracture: Recontextualized" Interactive Solo Exhibition
Knoxville, TN    |    Jan. 4-25, 2019

Hornsby offered his own "Call for Entries" of sorts to the general public in his solo exhibition at the Emporium Center Gallery, located in his hometown of Knoxville, TN. The show ran from Jan. 4 through Jan. 25, 2019, and featured 19 pieces of his latest series "Fracture: Recontextualized".

    Hornsby’s unique interactive pres-

entation invited individuals to create their own artwork in his "play area," using acrylic "Fracture" tiles. The participants were then encouraged to take photos of their creation and share them on social media.

    The original "Fracture" series started as 10 individual collective paintings, the largest collective spanning 90" x 90". The "Fracture: Recontextualized" series is an ex-

periment that explores the possible reconfigurations of Hornsby's pre-existing "Fracture" paintings into even larger, more complexed presentations. Hornsby's featured center-piece, F-R-1 (a), exceeds that at 109" x 109". (See the top-center photo for perspective.)

    Broadening the creative process to include the general public, Hornsby was pleased to see the

public's active interest, involvement, and creative outcomes of his initial work at the opening. He said, "My paintings are not fixed entities, but objects of change. The modularity of my forms opens the door to the possibility of co-creative art with others beside just myself. This collective evolution, with each turn of recomposing and decomposing, offers an alternative perspective and

 

 
LaGrange Art Museum: "2nd S.E. Regional Show"    |    LaGrange, GA    |    Feb. 16-Apr. 20, 2018

Hornsby was selected to exhibit his "F-R-1 (b)" painting, a new piece (comprised of 12 canvases) from his latest "Fracture: Recontextualized" series at the Second LaGrange Southeast Regional show in LaGrange, GA. More than 180 artists submitted over 600 entries for this biennial juried exhibition, repre­senting artistic talent from the

ten-state Southeast region.

Only 121 pieces were selected of the 600 submitted and less than half of the submitting artists were chosen. Of his selection, Hornsby said, "Art is a personal passion of mine, so to be selected out of so many talented artists is always quite an honor."

The show was juried by David Houston, Chief Curator, Crystal Bridges Art Museum and Director of the Bo Bartlett Center, College for the Arts, Columbus State University, in Georgia.

 
Customs House Museum & Cultural Center:
"Fracture" Series Solo Exhibition    |    Clarksville, TN    |    Mar. 8-May 4, 2017

Hornsby's first solo exhibition in the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center's coveted Crouch Gallery featured 10 pieces of artwork from his “Fracture” series, which range in size from 43" x 43” to 90" x 90" and consists of 98 canvases. Upon entrance to the gallery, the focal point was the NYC-award-winning "Fracture 1," which sets the stage and begins the "Fracture" story with its impending size and stark imagery.

Stars in their own rights, the other 9 pieces—"F-Attack," "F-Ball," "F-Circle", "F-Defend," "F-Flight," "F-Nest," "F-Pod 2," "F-Try," and "F-X"—expand the "Fracture" story and reveal Hornsby's growth in the exploration of the ever-present tensions and contradictions existing in the human spirit.

Visitors from across Tennessee as well as other states attended the "Fracture" exhibition's opening reception held Thurs., Mar. 9, 2017.

Built in 1898, the Customs House Museum is located in the heart of historic downtown Clarksville and is Tennessee’s second largest general museum with more than 35,000 square feet of exhibit space, 20,000 permanent pieces, and hundreds of thousands of visitors.

 
BWAC: "Black & White Show"    |    New York, NY    |    Aug. 1-23, 2015

Hornsby's piece "Fracture 1" won a cash prize as well as special recognition in the BWAC's "Black & White Show." This annual show featured a select 100 artists chosen from 1,358 nationwide entries and was a juried fine art exhibition comprised solely of black and white artworks by artists working in all traditional and non-traditional 2-D and 3-D media, video, and film. NYC's art elite, Christiane Paul, the curator of Media Arts at the prestigious Whitney Museum of American Art, juried the show, which ran from Aug. 1-23, 2015.

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition is a non-profit corporation that began in 1978 and boasts a 25,000 square foot gallery, featuring the artwork of contemporary visual artists from the traditional to the experimental cutting edge.

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"Transformations"
Howard County Center for the Arts Group Exhibition

Sponsored by The Howard County Arts Council (MD), this exhibition features five artists, including Hornsby and several pieces from his "Fracture: Recontextualized" series.

"Interpreting Brain & Spinal
Fluid Disorders Through Art"
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Art League Rhode Island is sponsoring this unique national exhibition with art focused on disorders of the brain and the spine.

"Arts in the Airport" 21st Exhibition--Spring/Summer 2019
Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport)

A juried exhibition sponsored by the Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville and the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport).

"Fracture: Recontextualized"
Emporium Center Gallery

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's solo exhibition in Knoxville, TN.

"Recontextualized: F-R-1 (b)" Show
Second LaGrange Southeast Regional Exhibition

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's "F-R-1 (b)" exhibition in LaGrange, GA.

"Fracture Recontextualized"
Hornsby's Recontextualized Art: Co-creative and Interactive

Get the PDF press release announcing announcing how Hornsby is redefining “modular art” by repurposing his preexisting artwork.

Nashville Arts Magazine
The "Fracture" Series Featured

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's feature in the Nashville Arts Magazine.

Solo Exhibition
The "Fracture" Series

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's Solo Exhibit debut at the Customs House Museum.

BWAC: New York City
Black & White Show

Get the PDF press release announcing the "Fracture" debut at the Black & White Show, NY, NY.

KNOXVILLE
"Arts in the Airport"

"Cotton 2" of the "Cotton" series shows at McGhee Tyson Airport from Apr. 17-Oct. 8, 2014.

KNOXVILLE
"Arts in the Airport"

"Bug" shows at McGhee Tyson Airport's Juried "Arts in the Airport" 2013 Spring/Summer Exhibition.

AAF: Knoxville
Hall of Fame Award

Get the PDF press release announcing Hornsby's AAF Hall of Fame induction.

KNOXVILLE
"Arts in the Airport"

"Self Portrait" shows at McGhee Tyson Airport's Juried "Arts in the Airport" 2012 Spring/Summer Exhibition.

 

The Howard County Center for the Arts:
"Transformations"
Howard County, MD  |   Aug. 30‑Oct. 11, 2019
Five hornsby works on display

Five of Hornsby's works on display at the Howard County for the Arts' "Transformations".

Hornsby's Defender

Hornsby's "Defender"

Hornsby's Ball

Hornsby's "Ball"

Hornsby's Hydra

Hornsby's "Hydra"

Hornsby's Multip

Hornsby's "Multip"

Close up of Hornsby's Multip

A close-up of Hornsby's "Multip", revealing the thick, texturized detail of his work.

Herber's Pearls of the Sea

"Pearls of the Sea" - acrylic on corrugated cardboard, tinted & ripped shirts, 100"x90", by fellow "Transformations" artist, Artemis Herber

Herber's Slide

"Slide" - acrylic, found cardboard boxes, unfolded and re-arrranged, 100"x90", by fellow "Transformations" artist, Artemis Herber

Herber's Vapor

"Vapor" - acrylic on corrugated cardboard, by fellow "Transformations" artist, Artemis Herber

Howard County Center for the Arts Group Exhibition "Transformations"--running Aug. 30 through October 11, 2019--features five fine artists. The Howard County Arts Council chose several pieces by artists Rachel Borgman (Baltimore, MD), Maria Bouquet (Washington DC), Artemis Herber (Owings Mills, MD), Hornsby (Knoxville, TN), and Sunyoung Lee (Syracuse, NY).

The Arts Council provides a home for the arts at the Howard County Center for the Arts, a 32,000 square foot arts facility. Nearly 40,000 visitors a year browse through the galleries or attend an event at the Center.

Visit www.hocoarts.org for more information.

Howard County Center for the Arts Group Exhibition "Transformations"--running Aug. 30 through October 11, 2019--features five fine artists. The Howard County Arts Council chose several pieces by artists Rachel Borgman (Baltimore, MD), Maria Bouquet (Washington DC), Artemis Herber (Owings Mills, MD), Hornsby (Knoxville, TN), and Sunyoung Lee (Syracuse, NY).

The Arts Council provides a home for the arts at the Howard County Center for the Arts, a 32,000 square foot arts facility. Nearly 40,000 visitors a year browse through the galleries or attend an event at the Center.

Visit www.hocoarts.org for more information.

The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University:
"Interpreting Brain & Spinal Fluid Disorders Through Art"
Providence, RI  |   Jun. 13‑Aug. 21, 2019
Hydra-cephalus II

"Hydra-cephalus II" was chosen to exhibit at Brown University.

Visitors of the opening reception take in the exhibition in the Alpert Medical School Gallery at Brown University.

Visitors of the opening reception take in the exhibition in the Alpert Medical School Gallery at Brown University.

Opening reception and awards presentation in the Alpert Medical School Gallery.

Opening reception and awards presentation in the Alpert Medical School Gallery.

Hornsby's "Hydra-cephalus II" was chosen to exhibit at the The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University for the art show "Interpreting Brain & Spinal Fluid Disorders Through Art."

Historically and traditionally, the connection between art and medicine has been seen through medical illustration, which has been used for hundreds of years as a means for depicting medical and anatomical knowledge. And while the arts and sciences have long been viewed at the opposite ends of the spectrum, more and more U.S. medical training programs are integrating the arts and humanities into their curriculum.

How does this history influence the connection between art and medicine? A number of parallels exist between the role of being an artist and the role of a physician or clinician. Both require imagination and creativity, a certain sensitivity, a keen awareness of surroundings, a level of passion, and the ability to see beyond the obvious, to listen and respond, sometimes without words.

Art League Rhode Island is sponsoring this unique national exhibition with art focused on disorders of the brain and the spine. Artists were encouraged to think beyond the obvious and create artwork that depicted their interpretation of the disorder. Selected artists’ interpretations reflect a myriad of perspectives from the psychological manifestations of the disorder, to the physical expressions or indicators of the disorder, functional changes at the cellular or systemic level, and/or the emotional toll on the patient.

The Opening Reception, held on June 15, 2019, was included as part of the 4th Annual CSF Disorders Symposium, sponsored by the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the Department of Neurosurgery at Brown. The art exhibition will be on display at the Alpert Medical School Gallery, 222 Richmond Street, Providence, Rhode Island, through August 21, 2019.

Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport)
"Arts in the Airport 21st Exhibition – Spring/Summer 2019"
Knoxville, TN  |   Apr. 25‑Aug. 28, 2019
Hornsby's Flight 2 chosen to exhibit at the Knoxville Airport.

Hornsby's "Flight 2" chosen to exhibit at the Knoxville Airport.

Arts in the Airport Opening Reception

Opening reception and awards presentation at "Arts in the Airport" exhibition.

Hornsby's "Flight 2" is on exhibition in Knoxville's McGhee Tyson Airport art show "Arts in the Airport 21st Exhibition – Spring/Summer 2019", which will run through Aug. 28, 2019. This is Hornsby's fourth time exhibiting in this biannual show.

The Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville and the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport) have partnered to present a biannual exhibition entitled “Arts in the Airport”. This juried exhibition was developed to allow regional artists to compete and display work in the most visited site in the area. The selected art features contemporary 2- and 3-dimensional artwork.

43 brilliant works were chosen for this creative exhibition. The work is displayed in the secured area behind the security gate checkpoint at the airport, and it is available for viewing only by visitors flying in or out of the airport. However, artists and their guests may view the exhibition by making an appointment with an airport staff member.

Emporium Center Gallery:"Fracture: Recontextualized" Interactive Solo Exhibition
Knoxville, TN  |   January 4-25, 2019

Hornsby offers his own "Call for Entries" of sorts to the general public in his solo exhibition at the Emporium Center Gallery, located in his hometown of Knoxville, TN. The show is currently running through Jan. 25, 2019, and features 19 pieces of his latest series "FRACTURE: RECON­TEXT­U­ALIZED".

Hornsby’s unique interactive presentation invites individuals to create their own artwork in his "play area," using acryl­ic "Fracture" tiles. The participants are then encouraged to take photos of their creation and share them on social media.

The original "FRACTURE" series started as 10 individual collective paintings, the largest collective spanning 90" x 90". The "Fracture: Recontextualized" series is an experiment that explores the possible reconfigurations of Hornsby's pre-existing "Fracture" paintings into even larger, more complexed presentations. Hornsby's featured center-piece, F-R-1 (a), spans exceeds that at 109" x 109".

Broadening the creative process to include the general public, Hornsby was pleased to see the public's active interest, involvement, and creative outcomes of his initial work at the opening. He said, "My paintings are not fixed entities, but objects of change. The modularity of my forms opens the door to the possibility of co-creative art with others beside just myself. This collective evolution, with each turn of recomposing and decomposing, offers an alternative perspective and interpretation."

Hornsby's exhibit can currently be viewed at the Emporium Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. until Jan. 25, 2019.

F-R: Hornsby and Dale Christenson

"F-R: Hornsby and Dale Christenson": Artist and collaborator pose together by a print of their joint effort.

solo show center piece

Hornsby's solo show center piece: "F-R-1 (a)", an original painting spanning 109" x 109".

Attendees at the First Friday opening

Attendees at the First Friday opening of Hornsby's "Fracture: Recontextualized" solo show.

Attendees engage

Attendees engage with Hornsby's "Fracture" tiles to create their own art.

Attendees at the First Friday opening

An attendee assesses "sketches" of "Recontextualized" possibilities.

F-R-1 (b)

Hornsby's F-R-1 (b)

Attendees at the First Friday opening

An attendee takes in Hornsby's credentials and story behind "Fracture" and "Fracture: Recontextualized."

F-R-1 (b)

Rounding Hornsby's corner of F-R-1 (a) to reveal his original F-R-1 (b) painting.

F-R: Hornsby and Babinski (a)

"F-R: Hornsby and Babinski (a)": Artist and collaborator pose together by a print of their joint effort.

F-R-1 (c)

Hornsby's F-R-1 (c)

F-R: Hornsby and Carol Godwin

"F-R: Hornsby and Carol Godwin". Artist and collaborator pose by a print of their joint effort.

Bio and Background

Bio and Background display of Hornsby's "Fracture" and "Fracture: Recontextualized".

Attendees at the First Friday opening

Attendees at Hornsby's First Friday opening enjoy and discuss Hornsby's "Fracture: Recontextualized" solo show.

An attendee talks with Hornsby

An attendee talks with Hornsby about his "Fracture: Recontextualized" solo show.

Attendees at the First Friday opening

Attendees at the First Friday opening of Hornsby's "Fracture: Recontextualized" solo show.

Attendees at the First Friday opening

Attendees move to view more "sketches" of "Recontextualized" possibilities.

Attendees at the First Friday opening

An attendee takes in Hornsby's credentials and story behind "Fracture" and "Fracture: Recontextualized."

F-R-1 (a)

Hornsby's solo show center piece: "F-R-1 (a)", spanning 109" x 109".

F-R-1 (b)

Hornsby's F-R-1 (b)

LaGrange Art Museum:"2nd SE Regional Show"
LaGrange, GA  |   February 16-April 20, 2018

Hornsby was selected to exhibit his "F-R-1 (b)" painting, a new piece (comprised of 12 canvases) from his latest "Fracture: Recontextualized" series at the Second LaGrange Southeast Regional show in LaGrange, GA. More than 180 artists submitted over 600 entries for this biennial juried exhibition, repre­senting artistic talent from the ten-state Southeast region.

Only 121 pieces were selected of the 600 submitted and less than half of the submitting artists were chosen. Of his selection, Hornsby said, "Art is a personal passion of mine, so to be selected out of so many talented artists is always quite an honor."

The show was juried by David Houston, Chief Curator, Crystal Bridges Art Museum and Director of the Bo Bartlett Center, College for the Arts, Columbus State University, in Georgia.

Artist Thea McElvy of Georgia won the Peoples Choice Award for Brian

Artist Thea McElvy of Georgia won the People's Choice Award for "Brian".

Faith by artist Gail Wegodsky of Georgia

"Faith" by artist Gail Wegodsky of Georgia earned a Juried Merit Award.

F-R-1 (b)

Hornsby's recontextualized "F-R-1 (b)" with other talent nearby.

F-R-1 (b)

Hornsby with his recontextualized "F-R-1 (b)" at the Opening Reception on Feb. 16, 2018.

F-R-1 (b)

Right side view of Hornsby's recontextualized "F-R-1 (b)."

F-R-1 (b)

Left side view of Hornsby's recontextualized "F-R-1 (b)."

Customs House Museum & Cultural Center: "Fracture" Series Solo Exhibition
Clarksville, TN | Mar. 8-May 4, 2017

Hornsby's first solo exhibition in the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center's coveted Crouch Gallery featured 10 pieces of artwork from his “Fracture” series, which range in size from 43" x 43” to 90" x 90" and consists of 98 canvases. Upon entrance to the gallery, the focal point was the NYC-award-winning "Fracture 1," which sets the stage and begins the "Fracture" story with its impending size and stark imagery.

Stars in their own rights, the other 9 pieces —"F-Attack," "F-Ball," "F-Circle", "F-Defend," "F-Flight," "F-Nest," "F-Pod 2," "F-Try," and "F-X"— expand the "Fracture" story and reveal Hornsby's growth in the exploration of the ever-present tensions and contradictions existing in the human spirit.

Visitors from across Tennessee as well as other states attended the Opening Reception held Thurs., Mar. 9, 2017.

Hornsby's "Fracture" series was also featured in the April 2017 issue of the Nashville Arts Magazine.

Fracture banner

Hornsby in his studio creating "Fracture 1."

The Crouch Gallery

Hornsby adding the final touches for the big show.

Fracture 1

"Fracture" installation day in the Customs House Museum.

Fracture banner

Banner advertising Hornsby's "Fracture" exhibit outside the musuem.

The Crouch Gallery

"Fracture" series as seen upon entering The Crouch Gallery.

Fracture 1

A museum visitor views "Fracture 1."

 
F-Nest

A couple takes in the details of "F-Nest" in the gallery.

F-Ball

Art connoisseurs ob­serve the con­trasts and tex­tures of "F-Ball" in the gal­lery.

F-Pod 2

A gentleman gets up-close and personal to "F-Pod 2."

Side view of Fracture in the gallery

In this side view L-R: "Fracture 1," "F-Ball," "F-Try," and "F-Attack."

F-X

Another couple en­joys "F-X" and the "Ar­tist's State­ment."

Close up of Fracture 1

Close up view of "Fracture 1."

BWAC: "Black & White Show"
New York, NY  |   August 1-23, 2015

Hornsby's piece "Fracture 1" won a cash prize as well as special recognition in the BWAC's "Black & White Show." This annual show features a select 100 artists chosen from 1,358 nationwide entries and was a juried fine art exhibition comprised solely of black and white artworks by artists working in all traditional and non-traditional 2-D and 3-D media, video, and film. NYC's art elite, Christiane Paul, the curator of Media Arts at the prestigious Whitney Museum of American Art, juried the show, which ran from Aug. 1-23, 2015.

The Brooklyn Waterfront Art­ists Coali­tion is a non-profit cor­pora­tion that began in 1978 and boasts a 25,000 square foot gallery, featuring the artwork of contemporary visual artists from the traditional to the experimental cutting edge.

Peter Allens Zoetrope

Artist Peter Allen's "Zoetrope" won an honor­able mention.

The Wayne Tucker Quartet

The Wayne Tucker Quar­tet pro­vided jazz music for the "Black & White Show" open­ing.

William Stoehrs Thea 4

Artist William Stoehr's "Thea 4" won second place.

 
Bram Harris Sunspot

Artist Bram Harris featured his work "Sunspot."

Hornsby installing Fracture 1

Hornsby gives spe­cial attention to de­tail during in­stal­la­tion.

Hornsbys Fracture 1

"Fracture 1" is up and ready for the show.