Over the last two decades, Eric I. Hornak-Spoutz has specialized in the representation of American, European, and Asian art, particularly that of the second half of the twentieth-century. His areas of expertise include Modern, Postwar, Pop, Photorealism, Hyperrealism, Magic Realism, Neo-Expressionism, and Graffiti.​ He has advised countries, states, museums, corporations, foundations, and private collectors on fine art and archival acquisitions.

A resident of Rochester Hills, Michigan, Mr. Hornak-Spoutz is currently a student at Oakland University. He is earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, with a minor in Art History. He is scheduled for graduation in May 2021, and will continue at OU to earn a Master of Arts degree in History, before transferring to earn a Doctor of Philosophy in History.

In April 2020, Mr. Hornak-Spoutz was appointed as the Midwestern marketing director for a large fine art consultancy based in the New York Metropolitan Area.


Eric I. Hornak-Spoutz lecturing at the Washington County Museum in 2013