Peter Horvath – Song-Word Art House

Peter Horvath

"I like the way you talk" is the growling flirty phrase from John Lee Hooker's classic blues song "Boom Boom" that inspired Toronto artist Peter Horvath to make his JLH tribute artwork.

Original artwork created with mixed media on canvas. 48" x 40". $5,500. 

Contact info@song-word.com for details. 

Toronto collage artist Peter Horvath pays tribute to Nina Simone and incorporates a haunting line from her civil rights protest song "Blackbird":  "Your mama's name was lonely and your daddy's name was pain".

Original artwork created with mixed media on canvas. 48" x 40". $5,500. 

Contact info@song-word.com for details. 

Artist Bio: Peter Horvath

Peter Horvath is a photo-based and new media artist. Embracing digital technologies at the birth of the Web, he created audio/video narratives through selective editing of film footage and the use of his early collages. His present work similarly focuses on deconstructing and re-contextualizing imagery through assemblage and collage, drawing from mid 20th Century and present day material.Commercial client list includes: The New York Times, Women’s Wear Daily, Vanity Fair, Penguin Random House Publishers UK, Kiehl's Cosmetics, The Economist's Intelligent Life Magazine, Financial Times Weekend Magazine, New Statesman UK, The Washington Post, Wired Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, Scientific American Magazine, The Los Angeles Times and L.A Weekly among others.