July 27, 2017  Interview on North Country Public Radio

Morning Host Todd Moe talks to Stephen Horne

"Pushing Paint Around in the Adirondacks"

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“Adirondack Hillside”

16”h x 12”w

oil on canvas


A rainy spring prompted this reading

of our local Paul Smiths landscape.

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"CNY Barn," oil on canvas, 12" h x 36" w

I chose to go to college in Central New York State as much for the rolling pastoral landscape as for academic opportunities, and returned after graduate work in Boston, again, for the Hardyesque beauty. (Yes, I was an English major.) Though I now live amid tall white pines in the Adirondack Mountains, I still return to CNY dairy country often and remember why it struck a chord when I was 17. This is another in a series of homages to New York's farmland.

Recent Exhibits

FRI March 24 to SAT April 29

Imagined Landscapes

Stephen Horne, Jon Prime, Eleanor Sweeney, Parmelee Tolken,


Landscapes from the rugged Adirondack Region to the pastoral farmlands of Upstate NY, with coastal scenes from Cape Breton, NS to Sanibel Island, FL.

Oils, acrylics, pastels/ commissions accepted.​

Studio tours available.



"This is a marvel!"

email: [email protected]

9049 State Route 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970

1 (518) 327-3552

"So good I c​an hear and smell the water..."

Stephen Horne


Jill Kale

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 Trained at Boston University's School of Fine and Applied Arts after undergraduate study at Colgate University, Horne  lives and works in Paul Smiths, NY,  in the northern Adirondack Mountains.

Imagined Landscapes

Stephen Horne, Parmelee Tolken

Eleanor Sweeney, Jon Prime

Lake Placid Center for the Arts

March 24 to April 29

Opening Friday, March 24, 5 to 7 pm