Rex Horner Prints

5"x7" Matted to fit in 8"x10" $18.95 $20.00 16" x 20" Not matted $40.00
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Rex Horner was born in Cassville, Missouri in 1955. Growing up in rural southwest Missouri amid the Ozark Mountains, Horner displayed a keen interest in nature. His art reflects that interest, featuring subjects as widely varied as the Ozark landscape, wildlife, Southwest subjects and portraiture. Whatever the subject, viewers are grabbed by Horner's sense of realism and sensitivity. Having worked in a wide range of mediums, from print making to sculpture, Horner's true loves were watercolor and pencil.

Horner received his formal art education at Missouri Southern State College in Joplin, studying with Darrel Dishman. Horner graduated in 1978 and was named outstanding graduating senior in the art department by MSSU faculty.

Horner's works have received numerous honors in regional competitions and are held in both public and private collections.

Horner was employed by Wal-Mart for over 24 years as an art director at the home office in Bentonville, AR. He was also the director of the Wal-Mart Visitors Center, located in downtown Bentonville, Ark. Horner created the portrait of Sam Walton that used to hang in the Visitors Center.

Rex Horner passed away October 23, 2005.