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Lori Horowitz

Album: Burned into Memory 1/9

View Image Details "We See Through It All"

"We See Through It All"
"We See Through It All"
Character portraits burned into
copper screen (50" H x 30"W)

View Image Details "Police Presence"

"Police Presence"
"Police Presence"
Character portrait burned and sculpted into copper screen,
with translucent and reflective lighting and shadow
(32 "H X 28"W x 6"D)

View Image Details "Freedom Speech"

"Freedom Speech"
"Freedom Speech"
Character portrait burned into copper screen with ( 17"H x 11"W)

View Image Details "The Last Chair"

"The Last Chair"
"The Last Chair"
Character portraits burned into copper screen
with translucent and reflective lighting and shadow (48"H x 27"W x 30D)

View Image Details "Cut and Blow -American Landscape"

"Cut and Blow -American Landscape"
"Cut and Blow -American Landscape"

Character portrait burned and sculpted into copper screen, with translucent and reflective lighting and shadow

(56"H X 36"W ) (53"H X 38"W X 10"D

View Image Details "Lone Stroll"

"Lone Stroll"
"Lone Stroll"

Character portrait burned and sculpted into copper screen, with translucent and reflective lighting and shadow

(50"H X 36"W ) (50"H X 30"W X 8"D

View Image Details "All Dolled Up"

"All Dolled Up"
"All Dolled Up"

Character portrait burned and sculpted into copper screen, with translucent and reflective lighting and shadow

(32-"H X 28"W x 6"D)

View Image Details "Native Maize"

"Native Maize"
"Native Maize"
Character portrait burned into copper screen with 2 and 3 D elements ( 36"H x 34"W x 4"D)

View Image Details "Voyeur"

"Voyeur"
"Voyeur"

Character burned and sculpted into copper screen, with translucent and reflective lighting and shadow (20"H x 20"W x 20"D)

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Album Description
“Burned into Memory” is a psycho/social portrait . I have been experimenting with copper and its' properties, combing painting along with wire sculpture and theatrical lighting. I have developed a technique where images burned into copper work like two way mirrors changing significantly based on lighting. The light either bounces off the copper pieces reflecting a strong image or travels though the mesh showing a translucent after image creating inter-active sculptures. I burn images into the surface of reflective copper to create subjects that are then sculpted and manipulated with intricate detail. This series integrates two and three dimensional elements to create a cohesive environment that is based on subject, large imposing shadows and the interaction of the viewer. This innovative, figurative analysis is a dynamic, thought provoking and psychologically based piece.

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