Chris Horner is a British artist who lives and works in Hampshire. As an artist, his main concern is how pre-used building materials are transformed into artworks that have heightened value and appreciation.
When he has free time away from his studio, he finds himself supporting his father in the building trade, so many of the materials he works with come from the building site. Each artwork is structured around acute, careful methods that have been adopted from the building site. Each method is mixed with artistic processes that are free flowing and quite chaotic, but at the same time carefully planned.
Chris received the JPES Partnership prize at The London Group Open Exhibition in 2019 and was elected by The London Group Membership Committee to become a member in 2020, and his works have been collected in various private collections.