Our third show with Todd Horton!
Best known for his squeegeed animals that are at once in motion and suspended in time, Horton’s work has mystical qualities that are subjective to each viewer. Much of his new work is also inspired by the Samish Flats, where he now calls home, and Horton’s squeegee in his landscapes blurs and softens the horizon to reflect the dewy Northwest spring. Horton will be accompanied with sculpture by Peregrine O’Gormley and works on paper by Chelsea Jepson.
Smith & Vallee Gallery represents the finest established and emerging artists across the Northwest and beyond. Located in the historic town of Edison, WA, the gallery is housed in a restored, turn-of-the-century school house and hosts a new exhibition every four to six weeks. The exhibition space has a beautiful hundred- year-old wood floor and excellent natural light.
Smith & Vallee Woodworks Published August 28, 2011