ArtC with Bill Horin welcomed Egg Harbor Township nature and wildlife photographer Holly Horner to the November 25th show.
Holly has been photographing since she was a small child. From the age of five she has always held a camera in her hands. She credits this passion to her father, who encouraged her from a young age to photograph the world around her.
As a child of the early 60’s, Horner has the utmost respect for the environment. With a strong sense of curiosity Horner travels the world to capture nature in images and to find inner peace. She is a true adventurer and loves the “wild” in wilderness. Holly Horner has been photographing professionally since 1983.
Her work is also available for purchase at The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University in Oceanville, The Noyes Arts Garage in Atlantic City, and The Noyes Gallery at Hammonton. Visit her website at www.hollyhornerphotography.com or follow her on Facebook, Holly Horner Photography.