David Horton's work uses subconscious symbolism to imbue objects with a mysterious quality that asks the viewer to sort out the situation presented.
For more than 27 years, David Horton taught art and design at LSU, Arizona State Univerisity, Mississippi State University and Nicholls State University. Horton has kept studios in southern Spain, Paris and Provence. He has shown his work in many national and international venues and has been collected by Bonnie Raitt, Paloma Picasso, Morgan Guaranty Bank of Paris, the Delta Blues Museum and Scottsdale Center for the Arts.
Horton's work has been favorably reviewed in The International Herald Tribune of Paris, L'Oeil International art magazine of Paris, The Times Picayune of New Orleans and many other national and international newspapers and magazines. He has exhibited in Paris at the Petite Palais and at other galleries and museums in Paris, Taiwan and Italy.