James Honer is a graphic artist who works with paint and paper, creating portraits, landscapes, abstract grids, and paper quilts. James’ main influences are painters Bonnard, Vuillard, Lichtenstein, Basquiat, and Hockney. Using techniques of color theory in mechanical printing, he explores the bridge of technology into old world techniques. His current focus is on global climate change and its impact on Indigenous People. James Honer is a resident of Connecticut, who fell in love with the Outer Cape and with Barbara Anne Kearney of Truro. They met in the Atlantic water off Long Nook beach in Truro. His earlier landscapes feature the Outer Cape’s dunes and beaches.