Jason and Katherine Horst have been collaborating since 2010—the year they were married. Jason worked as a designer in a print shop, a publishing company, and an ad agency before launching his own design business seventeen years ago. Katherine has been creating fine art collage since 2011 after graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design in Lancaster, PA, appearing in galleries throughout the state and beyond.
After years of working out of their home, the Horst family opened the doors of Horst Arts on Main Street in Manheim in December of 2019. And in the works is a series of unique art-based events that will provide the perfect solution for a fun night out!
From the latest trends to something more timeless, Horst Arts creates strong designs with an attention to detail. Visual punch is our passion, whether it’s a simple sell sheet or a complex brochure. Jason at Horst Arts would be glad to discuss your design needs.
Jason at Horst Arts has been designing and developing websites since 1996. He can explain the various solutions available to you when it comes to designing, developing, launching, and even fixing a website—making sure you understand the pros and cons of each approach so that you can proceed with clarity and confidence.
Walk by the new storefront at 52 South Main Street in Manheim and you will see Katherine Horst’s work on display. Katherine works with experimental forms via the medium of mixed media collage. She uses toned paper and found scraps as brush marks to bring forth landscapes, flower ensembles and more. Katherine would love to work with your idea to create a commissioned piece. And beyond the traditional framed artwork, she is also available for installation pieces to help promote your brand or community vibe. Local artists, stay tuned for opportunities to collaborate.
Jason and Katherine Horst have been earning a living via creative endeavors since moving to Manheim in 2010. So while the Horst Arts name may be new, the services and experiences are not. One of the main reasons for opening a storefront was to be a part of the Manheim community.
Jason takes a logical, structured approach to creativity while Katherine moves freely, finding inspiration in the moment. These approaches also come into play when raising their 5-year-old daughter and 2-year old son. Adding these two children to an already creative environment has proven to be the most challenging and rewarding collaboration of all!