Lori Horowitz’s artwork is a study of personalities and environments and my images digest the posture of individuals while faces reflect their stories. Often going unseen and unheard, we all contribute and make up this diverse and multi-faceted population. These strangers are subjects in her continuing series of mixed media life-sized theatrical characterizations. Horowitz appreciates the challenge of each piece, collapsing three-dimensional pieces into 2 and 3-dimensional space and the process working with photography, wire, papier mache, and painting. She seems to become somehow bonded to these individuals carefully exploring and interpreting their attitudes. These pieces reflect interpretations of everyday moments in time depicting isolation, disassociation, and violation, vs. confidence, security, and contentment. These mundane often overlooked interactions of individuals create an intimate view of “PERSONA”.