“Personas” Artworks by Lori Horowitz On View Spring 2022

March -April 2022
“Personas” Artworks by Lori Horowitz

These creations bring light to the attention seekers and the overlooked of our society, creating an intimate view of “PERSONA”.
Karen and Ed Adler Gallery, https://pwpl.org/adler-gallery/
Port Washington Library, One Library Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050
Save the date: ARTIST TALK: 2:30pm Saturday, April 2nd In person and via Zoom
Please register for the event- limited availability:

The Adler Gallery is pleased to present “Personas”. Long Island-based artist, Lori Horowitz’s solo exhibition consists of artworks created over the past five years. Mixed- media 3D relief paintings and sculptures address humanity, judgments and assimilation within society.

LIC-A and Culture Lab LIC present a unique art fair experience, “A Queens Fine Art Spring AFFAIR”, with opening events starting at 5pm on Saturday April 30th, 2022 at Culture Lab LIC, 5-25 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101. A carefully curated showing of artwork by over 180 diverse local artists will take over more than 10,000sq ft of the large waterfront art center in LIC. The afternoon will kick off outside with live music, beer and other festivities. Come by the gallery to meet the artists between 6-8pmParticipating artists will be available and excited to talk about their artwork.


NYC Artists Circle:

I Dreamed A Garden
Opening on-line May 15,2022

NY Artist Circle presents a group show
Please visit : https://nyartistscircle.com/curated-shows/i-dreamed-a-garden
What is your garden vision? We’ve asked artists to show us gardens from their dreams, memories, observations and imagination for this exhibition, accompanied by a quote and statement giving insight into their inspiration.


About Lori:

Working from her studio on Long Island, New York, artist Lori Horowitz has crafted a wholly unique practice for her art which thematically re-humanizes anonymous people as well as elements of nature that we encounter every day, providing intriguing narratives, and formally stretches the bounds of the materials she chooses to work in.
Lori Horowitz’s social portraiture is a study of personalities and environments, recording moments of humanity unfolding around us. We are at a unique moment in time when social interactions, judgments and behavior are rapidly changing. Horowitz draws from historical use of relief sculpture and brings these methods to current topics. Mixed- media relief sculptures unveil facades and penetrate issues, revealing the true nature of humanity.