Mandy rogers Horton
Mandy Rogers Horton studied at Anderson University, IN, The Queen’s University of Belfast, The Chautauqua Institute, NY, and earned an MFA from American University, Washington D.C. Growing up in a military family, frequent moves and travel in the US and Europe, left her with a fascination of culture and languages. Drawing and painting function as language through which to search, contemplate, and respond to the world around her. Rogers Horton now lives in Nashville, TN with her husband, artist, Rocky Horton, and three young children. She is a founding member of the Coop Gallery, a curatorial collective in Nashville. She teaches studio art and art history courses at local universities including Lipscomb University and Belmont University.