The trio will display various works of watercolor, oil and pastel art.
The shows have been taking place since 2003.
Horner is a member of the Allied Artists of America, Virginia Watercolor Society and the American Artists Professional League. He has won numerous awards for his work.
He also teaches a class called “Watercolor for Dudes.”
“All of the classes I took were filled with women; there were hardly any men, and I know there are male artists out there who would like to work together in a group,” he said.
Horner was president of the Boca Grande Art Alliance eight years ago.
Toni Wolcott and her sister-in-law, Linda, have been doing shows together for several years.
“Several years ago, Jack joined us for the Wolcott-Horner-Wolcott shows. We each have our own style, that, combined, seems like a good mix,” Toni said.
The opening reception will be on Saturday, Feb. 13 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The show will continue on Sunday, Feb. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Boca Grande Art Center is located at 236 Banyan St. on the island.