Larkin Van Horn is a mixed-media textile artist working in the areas of art quilts, beadwork, wearable art, and liturgical art. Each piece represents the combination of her imagination, inspiration from the world around her, and her strong sense of drama. Her work has been displayed and won honors both regionally and nationally. In 2007, Larkin made her sixth appearance in the Bernina Fashion Show (and its predecessor, the Fairfield Fashion Show), where she received the 2002 Judge's Merit Award. Locally, Larkin is a past President of the Pacific Northwest Needle Arts Guild, a founding member of the Wearable Art Study Group, and founder of a group for beadwork enthusiasts on Whidbey Island, The Bead Nuts. She is active in a small art quilt group which exhibits locally and participates in fundraising for humanitarian causes.
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