INTERVIEW: SARAH HORTON | ITSLIQUID

INTERVIEW: SARAH HORTON

Interviews | May 8, 2023 |

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Interview: Sarah Horton
Luca Curci talks with Sarah Horton during SUPERNATURAL, held in London at THE LINE Contemporary Art Space.

Accomplished painter and artist with over 20 years of experience in creating large format canvas in a
variety of subjects as a freelance artist as well as commission projects. Preferring a range of paintings
and murals, she is proficient in various mediums, including acrylic, oil, watercolor, fluid art, and mineral
pigments
. Photography, graphics, and textile design were a strong foundation for composition.
Human form studies in the Paris art community moved her into portraits adding a sense of intimacy,
intuition, and deep connection. I have an innate sense of light illuminating objects and with originality,
a view to the attention of texture and color.
As an avid wilderness photographer, I have had numerous gallery showings and multimedia
presentations in New York City, Santa Fe, San Francisco, San Diego, Aspen, Boston. My life work has
been sponsored by National Geographic, Outside Magazine, Mandala Society, colleagues,
professionals and individuals.

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Image courtesy of Sarah Horton

Luca Curci – Which subject are you working on?
Sarah Horton –
Currently, immersion into: Studies in water, how it flows, currents, interactions with other, minerals, soils,
chemistry, winds, green shores, water falls, water spirits alive and sourcing the light in the bodies of water, oceans, lakes, streams, rivers, close up clarity and color, iridescent qualities of H2O and H3O2 as the barrier surface interfacing with other (new physics). How the element of water serves humanity and civilizations and life. This is our most vital resource and can be scarce causing painful reactions, overabundance causing disasters, and taken-for-granted until we need it or don’t have it.

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LC – Do visitors’ suggestions enrich yourself and your art?
SH –
Yes. It is always a wondrous experience to hear how ‘other’ perceives the energies and subject matter on the canvas. Yes, It is always bonding and informative to hear confirmation of what is being perceived by the audience; and also an opportunity to see what may be of interest for future subjects. Through love and inspiration and uplifting the human condition is the goal.

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LC – Which art themes do you pursue?
SH –
Connections to nature, aliveness in people, the unseen energies between people in relationship, or people in nature’s elements, to love and the inter-relationships, to the transforming self. Dali’s “pleasure”, Georgia’s “humanized flowers”, Hilma’s “spiritualism”, Monet’s “water and Lillies”, Van Gogh’s “swirling clouds.”

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LC – What is your preferred subject, if there is any?
SH –
Interaction of any object: people, vistas, beauty in nature, beauty between each other, love and beauty within all in vivid color. Love and the inter-relationship to the transforming and ever-changing and uplifting of Self. “Moments in time” that are suspended on the canvas. And then developed in a “collaboration and co-creative dance in time and space”.

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LC – What is the message linked to the artwork you have shown in this event?
SH –
Love. Vibrational energy and the inter-relationship to the transforming and ever-changing Self. This is the creative part of the human heart that is the receiver and perceiver, like a radar dish, of our surroundings.—people, nature, places, events, spirits.

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LC – How is it connected to the theme of the entire exhibition?
SH –
I believe: Through our intuition and perception of the creative dimensions are our only human ways to experience the ‘supernatural’ and the ‘surreal’. All my ‘subjects’ in the paintings are an extension of the invisible dimensions. It is ‘beyond the conscious states that the superconscious mind (a part of the subconscious dreamscape) perceives the “Supernatural” aspects of all that is around us – that is, if we choose to ‘see’ and or “feel” on dimensional levels.

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