Born and raised in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, Horner always wanted to reside in God's Own Country. He always had a passion for photography. You could say it's in his blood, as his grandfather was a photographer and printer in World War II and his family are now third-generation printers in a terraced house on Knaresborough's high street. Joe Horner is a very versatile photographer, but lately, he has been flooding the web with his beautiful floral art compositions.
His flower blocks are made with ice and very good lighting skills. He has also gone a step further and taken his floral art pieces into the NFT world and has recently exhibited his work at SuperRare Gallery in New York. He has also participated in NFT collections at Foundation and Saatchi Art NFT. Horner won the British Portrait Award for his photograph Walking Off That Edge. It seems that flower gazing meditation is a method of anchoring oneself in the present and connecting with essential life energy and love. Seeing the state of the world, here's an idea: take a few minutes to read what Horner has recently told us about his work, and rejoice in your inner breath by looking at his magnificent floral art.