Lori Horowitz received a BFA in Fine Arts from S.U.N.Y. Purchase. Lori Horowitz is an accomplished, multi-faceted artist, with the emphasis of her work in sculpture and set design.
Ms. Horowitz has been involved with teaching, designing and creating art to promote the spread of culture creative expression. She has educated students, created sculptures and multi media artwork as well as theatrical sets for TV /theater and film.
Creating art based on society, political issues and the environment is my true passion. My work complements, imitates and incorporates elements of life, creating meaningful pieces that evoke emotion and purpose. Much of my work is symbolic in nature, with emphasis on materials usage. I am drawn to architectural construction vs. deconstruction in the environment and the psychological components behind the scenes. My expertise in scenic art enables me to sculpt, paint and use photography to produce diverse mixed media pieces.
The “Burned into Memory” series, is a portrait of society’s youth vs. aging population. This series engages in life’s transient qualities and functionality, bringing light to the issues of aging and loss. By exploring new media, she has developed a process, These sculptural reliefs are images heated into copper screening creating haunting shadows, translucent images and reflective imagery. Through Lori Horowitz’s sensitivity to subject matter, she strives to expand the limitations of art by visually confronting issues and bringing consciousness to those we face. Through my sensitivity to subject matter, I strive to expand the limitations of art by visually confronting issues and bringing consciousness to those we face.
Currently, she is the owner/director of “Studio 5404,” an artists’ space and pending non-profit organization. The mission is to bring cultural arts to the south shore of Long Island. The goal is to show quality cutting edge artwork in all media, created by under-represented and emerging artists. By engaging the community, Studio 5404 serves as a thriving artists’ space to share and explore artistic expression. Ms. Horowitz strives to push conventional boundaries, by creating and displaying thought provoking and engaging works of art.
Studio 5404 Art Space, Massapequa: Group Shows
Curator and exhibitor
5/15 "Select Art Fair" Chelsea, NY
3/15 “Repeat After Me”
4/15 “LIUPost MFA and Faculty”
1/15 " Skin Deep" Revealing New Bodies of Work
10/14 "Taking it to the Street"
7/14 “In Site”
6./14 “Making Waves”
5/14 Firehouse galley ,“Speak Memory” competition. Curator: Lester Burg
3/14 Cinema Art Center Gallery Solo Show “A Portrait of Kings Park”
6/13 “A Brush With Sandy”
10/13 “All Creatures”
11/13 ”Day of the Dead”,
3/13 “Living in Color”
4/14 “Age of Innocence”
5/15 “Woman of the World Winner Showcase” New York Institute of Technology Gallery
3/15 “Petite Gallery, Huntington ” I See Me” Curator: Lynn Rossi
3/15 2nd Place Winner “Women of the World” Curator: Jill Rader-Levine
9/14 Art Slant Showcase winner “Mixed Media” 2 consecutive awards
9/14 Patchogue Arts Gallery, Suffolk Juried Arts Exhibition: Curator: Janet Goleas
10/13 Javits Center, Contemporary Art Expo, Red Wall Gallery N.Y.C
7/13 Gallery G, Bellmore, solo show. Curator: Liz Tash
2004 –14 L.I.P.S.S. annual sculpture shows, Alfred Van Loen gallery, curator Deborah Katz
2005-10 Mather Hospital Outdoor Sculpture annual shows, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
2012 B.J. Spoke Gallery, Artist invitational, Huntington, N.Y.
2011 Art League of Long Island. Member’s Shows.
2010 Farmingdale University Sculpture Exhibit, Farmingdale, N.Y.
2009 Master’s Show, Petite Gallery Huntington.
2003 WTC site sculpture designs of the World Trade Center,
2002 Touro College Sculpture group show
2001 Guild Hall, East Hampton” Empire Gas”
Founding member of Long Island Professional Sculptors and Supporters (L.I.P.S.S.) and has exhibited throughout L.I. 2011 representative for women artists in Suffolk County. Member of the United Scenic Artist Union 829.
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