Selected Paintings
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Recent Works:

, Latest Giclee print on canvas.
Collaboration with Artist Burton Morris for the upcoming
Feb 5th, AAP Exchange show. 10'x6.5'.

What Used to be so Important is not so Important Anymore
Diptych, 48"x 168", and Detail. Acrylic on Canvas. FE Gallery 9/09.

Projection, Collaboration with Artist Adam Welch,
Giclee on Canvas, 8'x20', 2009

Detail: Projection

Disintegration, Acrylic on Canvas, 36”x48”, 2008

Evaluation, acrylic on canvas,48”x60”, 2007.

Integration, acrylic on canvas, 48”x60”, 2007.

Mem Canal, acrylic on canvas, 36”x60”, 2007.

Trip Through The Central Column, Acrylic on Canvas, 36”x48”, 2007.
Selected Video/Performance Stills

Photographic Stills, Ascent of the Goddess. Seated Meditation Performance with Projections, Mattress Factory Museum, 2006.

From Clearing the Mind, Video Still, PCA Biennial, 2008.


Selected Digital Prints

“(...)Over the past twelve years, Morris has traveled to Israel, India, Egypt and other countries studying Judaism, spirituality and Kabbalah. This ongoing research and spiritual investigation has yielded a new and exciting body of work. Using digital technology as a tool, Morris expands the visual possibilities of language as a “communication device, which holds many properties beyond the sterility of text.” Her images take on a special quality of light, which read more like an internal glow or emanation than light falling or reflecting off an object. This lends an ineffable quality to the work. Complex patterns and pictorial rhythms are utilized to great effect, and recall the pictorial conventions of mandalas. As a contemporary visual artist, Morris explores the visual intensity of the mandala in conjunction with the calligraphic qualities of Hebrew letterforms, and seeks to focus the attention of viewers and establish a meditative experience.”-Curator of the American Jewish Museum, David Stanger

Photos below: photo 1 and 2 from the PCA Biennial 2008, Shekinah is Coming out of Exile, Digital Epsilon Print, metallic paper, 48"x48', plexiglas mount, Eheh Asher Eheh, I AM THAT I AM, Digital Epsilon Print, metallic paper, 48"x48', plexiglas mount