Robyn Horn

Robyn Horn

“You have to be open to what the wood presents to you, because it can offer opportunities that you wouldn’t necessarily have thought of yourself. It’s really a collaboration with the material.”

Robyn Horn is a native Arkansan whose sculptural works have drawn regional and national recognition. Among her works is her “Millstone” series, inspired by circular grinding stones used in early nineteenth century flour mills. Horn cites nature as her creative muse, “I think in terms of wood and stone, of the things of which nature is made, of the ease with which nature develops and shapes and forms, created throughout centuries of accumulated time.” In 2000, she won the Honorary Lifetime Achievement Award from the Collectors of Wood Art.