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Report by Paula Antolini
February 26, 2016 7:56PM EDT
Image above: Tokyo, New York & Paris by Michael Morris.
Michael Morris Exhibit Opening at Bethel Artspace on March 5, 2016
Bethel Arts will be hosting Michael Morris’ exhibit from March 5 – April 10, 2016. The opening reception will be on March 5th from 6-8pm at the Artspace, 91 Greenwood Avenue, Bethel, CT. The reception and exhibit are open to the public.
Image above: Primarily Mozart by Michael Morris.
Michael Morris originally from Jersey City, NJ, now lives in Bethel, Connecticut. He is a painter, sculptor and graphic designer. A graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Art Education and Yale University with a Bachelors and a Masters of Fine Art in sculpture.
His work has appeared in several group shows, solo exhibits at Westport Art Center, in Bethel and South Norwalk, CT showing his large-scale Massurrealist* paintings. He won awards at Silvermine “Art of the Northeast” and “Contemporary Visions” at the University of Bridgeport, earning a living as a graphic designer/art director for many years.
Image above: Vitruvian Barbie by Michael Morris.
His wide range of clients include companies like Beech Aircraft, NBC, Dos Equis, HBO, General Cigar, and PEZ. During this design period Morris kept painting and recently and importantly has returned to sculpture; working in a geometric/abstract framework that continues to explore the concepts of vibrational energy in all things.
Michael Morris is an originator of the Massurrealist Art movement. Massurealism is an art form rooted in the interplay between mass media, pop art, contemporary culture and Surrealist imagery. The term massurrealism was coined by artist, James Seehafer.
Image above: DNArcisus by Michael Morris.
This movement includes many meanings: First, is the concept of mass as in the mass media of television, advertising and the internet, etc. Second, the products of mass production, as in the new phones, automobiles and jet aircraft, vacuum forming, etc. Third, are images from mass culture, beer cans, beach balls, shopping carts, swimming pools, fashions, etc.
Encompassing inexplicable concepts from the mass studied by particle physics to vibrational energy and the ideas of oneness of all matter. In other words, combining visual icons from the outer world (what we call reality) and the inner world (the surreal, the venue of the subconscious), including the big mass/weight we feel and attribute to our emotions, thoughts and dreams.
Image above: Steamed Up by Michael Morris.
The gallery hours are: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3-6pm. Come see the exhibit and watch Michael work.
Michael’s work is also being exhibited concurrently at the Bethel Public Library
Michael Morris’ Website: www.artistmichaelmorris.com
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