James Horner's work looks at the effects of the environment on individuals. He has an MFA in painting from Lehman College, exhibits internationally, regularly donates work for charity art auctions, and participates in the annual Harlem Art Walking Tour of Open Studios. He was recently in “The Wicked Twins: Fame and Notoriety” exhibit at the Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University – Newark, in Newark, NJ; was a resident at the Gallery Aferro in Newark, NJ; and won the OUT Magazine Tylenol PM Lights Out Sleepwear Challenge. He is also an art critic for the Examiner and Bronx Art Guide websites and writes a blog called James and the Lovelies.
James Horner is a visual artist who lives in New York City. Horner has experimented with drawing, painting, printmaking, video, clothing design, and photography. His works explore the psychological effects of the environment on individuals. Figures are often abstracted to the point of the grotesque and overwhelmed or torn apart by their surroundings. Shapes interact with figures in space as lines connect atmospheres in different directions, creating islands with systems of thought.
Lives and works in New York, NY