December 6, 2018- March 1, 2019

The Jansen Art Center is pleased to welcome Todd Horton to the Fine Arts Gallery for an exhibit of his work this winter. The exhibit, the sound of moonlight, opens with a reception from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM on Thursday, December 6.


“A good painting seems just on the verge of telling us something important. The potential promise of secrets revealed. That closeness of some revelation that may fade away… but in retrospect, obvious, or inevitable — yet also ever surprising. A most enlightening paradox… the mythology of life.

…and what is art and how is it recognized? Like the sound of moonlight dripping through pines…”

Todd Horton lives on his boat on the Samish River in Edison, Washington. He works full time at his studio in nearby Blanchard. Horton will be giving an artist demonstration at the reception throughout the evening.

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