Cincinnati Business Courier

Adopted hometown embraces exec-turned-artist Horton’s hyperrealistic version of life

MARCH 26, 2021

Cincinnati USA

Regional Chamber

The Inclusive Chamber | Making Black History

FEBRUARY 4, 2021

Northern Kentucky Tribune

NKU School of the Arts Launches Virtual Round Table

OCTOBER 21, 2020 | The Enquirer

Second Sunday on Main

SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

Spectrum News 1

Cincinnati Music Festival Creates Outdoor Museum

JULY 30, 2020


The Many Faces of ArtWorks: Gee Horton, Artist, Board Member

JULY 17, 2020

Cincinnati Business Courier

Art as a change agent: Cincinnati’s Black Lives Matter mural

JULY 1, 2020


BLM–Cincinnati Mural, video article

JUNE 23, 2020

WCPO Cincy Lifestyles

Artist Gee Horton: Connecting Community Through Art

JUNE 12, 2020


Nonprofit Urban Consulate Hosts First Parlor Talk at The Mercantile Library

JANUARY 10, 2020 | The Enquirer

Garry Horton promoted to XU women's hoops assistant coach

MAY 12, 2014

Soapbox Cincinnati

“A Celebration of the Harlem Renaissance”: acknowledging the legacy of the Black cultural revival

FEBRUARY 23, 2021 | The Enquirer

Seven people making Black history in Cincinnati considered agents of change

JANUARY 30, 2021

Americans for the Arts

P&G, Cincinnati Music Festival, and Artswave

OCTOBER 8, 2020

Cincinnati Business Courier

Kennedy Heights Arts Center to feature outdoor exhibition 'Uprising' centered on racial justice


Cincinnati Magazine

Artist Gee Horton on What It Means to Be Unapologetically Black

JULY 24, 2020


Mercantile Library Artist-in-Residence Gee Horton Showcases Black Beauty Through His Hyperrealistic Art

JULY 14, 2020

Cincinnati Refined

Self-Trained Local Artist Gee Horton's Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings Will Blow Your Mind

JUNE 28, 2020 | The Enquirer

Behind the Black Lives Matter mural: Artists' speak to equality, family and hope

JUNE 19, 2020

Cincinnati USA

Regional Chamber

What is your vision for our future city?

MARCH 8, 2020


ArtWorks Welcomes New Board Members

FEBRUARY 11, 2019