THOMAS VAN HORN
Prairie Grove, Arkansas - United States



Original Artworks (5)

Thomas Van Horn; Possessive Man Frivolous Woman, 2010, Original Ceramics Handbuilt, 7 x 7 inches. Artwork description: 241    sculpture hand built ceramics  ...
Thomas Van Horn
Original Handbuilt Ceramics, 2010
7 x 7 inches (17.8 x 17.8 cm)
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Thomas Van Horn; Figurine Family, 2010, Original Ceramics Handbuilt, 2 x 4 inches. Artwork description: 241   sculpture hand built ceramicsIf the pieces are moved to a different position it changes the narrative, ...
Thomas Van Horn
Original Handbuilt Ceramics, 2010
2 x 4 inches (5.1 x 10.2 cm)
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Thomas Van Horn; White Squat, 2008, Original Ceramics Handbuilt, 4.5 x 7.5 inches. Artwork description: 241  sculpture ...
Thomas Van Horn
Original Handbuilt Ceramics, 2008
4.5 x 7.5 inches (11.4 x 19.1 cm)
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Thomas Van Horn; Bed Of Blossoms, 2008, Original Painting Oil, 29 x 32 inches.
Thomas Van Horn
Original Oil Painting, 2008
29 x 32 inches (73.7 x 81.3 cm)
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Thomas Van Horn; The Suit Caesar And A Fish, 2000, Original Collage, 48 x 30 inches. Artwork description: 241 Magazine graphics cut and pasted to render an original composition; this one perhaps a bit cubist. ...
Thomas Van Horn
Original Collage, 2000
48 x 30 inches (121.9 x 76.2 cm)
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Artist Statement

I believe in an ongoing creation. All new moments and the events therein, even the thoughts, are evidence of the creation happening. When I work artistically, or any other way, I participate in that creation. I co-create with the mechanism of creation with what I like to call my heart mind hands. Every stroke of the brush is absolutely new to the universe. It's never happened just like that before. Even if I could make the exact same mark twice, which I can't, the surrounding circumstances and environment would be different for each mark. I don't try to plan a work too much because every work seems to take on its own life and guides me more than me guiding it. I jokingly call my genre accidentalism as so many works seem to result from happy accidents. In the balance of intuition and craft, I have leaned towards letting it go rather than making it come. ...