I explore spaces between objects with a focus on the hidden green areas within my city.
Horlander transplanted from California during childhood and grew up inspired with the grand old trees and magnificent skies filling East Texas. She completed her BFA from The University of Texas at Tyler in 2017 and participated in the 2018 Summer Residency Program at New York University, in New York City. Horlander explores spaces between objects with a focus on the hidden green areas within cities she lives in. Using contours within nature and emphasizes the interaction of light and atmosphere from a particular transition in time she uses shaped canvases like architecture, to commemorate the beauty of an ephemeral world.
Horlander recently became a Studio Artist with The Cedar Union and will exhibit with The Other Art Fair in the Fall. She has exhibited in group exhibitions with the Vignette Art Fair in Dallas, Femme Abstract in Austin, along with exhibits across Texas. She was honored to be the Committee Chair with Gallery Main Street in 2018, and appointed Mayor Barbara Bass’s Artist of the Year in 2012.