Artist Spotlight: James Morse

Hamada, Kimi. Booooooom

A selection of recent work by Michigan-based artist Jamie Morse. Representing a visual response to the world around us, Morse’s expressive landscapes use land imagery to communicate the full spectrum of emotions that emerge from contemplating the nature of our existence:


“That we exist at all is both joyful and terrifying, beautiful and hideous, constructive and destructive. Our existence is mystifyingly confusing while essentially simple and easily understood. It is difficult to discuss such contradictory emotions with words. Images and music explore and express feelings with an acuity that words do not.”

April 3, 2021
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