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I am obsessed with light and color, loving the rich contrasts resulting from the juxtaposition of cottons, silks, velvets, brocade, and sheers. I love traditional quilts but want my quilts to say something about their time and place in history and come directly from my life. As a teacher and artist, my aim is to fill my students with confidence and the excitement I feel about creating art in fabric and fiber. I aim to guide them in the direction of their interest in a non-threatening, supportive environment so they create more than they thought possible.
David Hornung has taught painting, drawing, and color at a number of art schools and universities, including Indiana University, Parsons, Pratt, Skidmore College, Brooklyn College, the Rhode Island School of Design, and Adelphi University. The first edition of his book Color: A Workshop for Artists and Designers was published in 2004 by Laurence King Publishing Ltd. in London. An American version was distributed in the same year by McGraw-Hill. The second edition, published in 2012, is currently being sold internationally and has been translated into French, Spanish, Polish, Korean, and Japanese. He resides in Brooklyn, New York.