2018 Seeing in SIXES features six works from William Horton’s Mandala Project. This new LensWork publication showcases the projects of fifty artists. And, each project contains exactly six photographs in a 6-page spread.Continue reading “2018 SEEING IN SIXES”
Mandala is the Sanskrit word for circle, the basic shape that organizes all its many forms. For thousands of years, across dozens of cultures, mandalas have guided meditation, promoted spiritual growth, recorded the passage of time, and symbolized the cosmos. Creating these black-and-white photographic mandalas has been an ongoing project of mine.
Yay! We just got word that William’s photograph “Toucan Noir” was give a Director’s Honorable Mention in A. Smith Gallery’s new show, animalia. Continue reading “2017 Director’s Honorable Mention”
William Horton’s photograph called “Toucan Noir” is part of the A Smith Gallery animalia exhibition. Continue reading “2017 – A Smith Gallery Animalia Exhibition”
William will exhibit work at the 2nd Annual Emerald Art Center Autumn Photography Exhibition in Springfield, Oregon. The exhibition will feature the black-and-white photo “Sunlight & Sandstone.” It is a view in Lower Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona.Continue reading “2017 – Autumn Photography Exhibition at the Emerald”
Bill was awarded a Bronze prize in the 2015 Epson International Pano Awards for his vertical panorama entitled Night Bridge, a photograph of London’s Tower Bridge.
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