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Horn, who works in Little Rock, Arkansas, strives to transform her blocks of wood into sculptural forms resembling stone. While trained as a photographer, Horn discovered woodturning after her brother-in-law took a course from David Ellsworth at Arrowmont. She describes this metamorphosis in the following: "The process of wood materializing into these stone shapes is the basis of what I am trying to accomplish creatively. Artists are definitely influenced by the nature of the material and its resistance to being changed. Changing the wood, changing the conception of its form is the intriguing part of creating for me. The look and feel of wood lends itself to a warmer feeling than stone, which adds the intrinsic value of the material."
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