April 3, 2014 - April 29, 2014

Horning’s work features life-sized sculptures of exotic women’s heads and other figurative and botanical work. “I love doing people,“ Horning said, “creating people who have stories. I’m fascinated by the small individual physical differences that differentiate us from others, make us different people. Whether working on figurative or botanical pieces, I am expressing ideas about relationships, relationships to one another, to the environment, to God and mystery. I draw inspiration from peoples’ stories, contemporary and ancient, and create characters with interior lives of struggle and hope. My sculptures, both figurative and botanical, are about movement, memory and storytelling.”