Fiber and Mixed-Media Art
ARTISAN OF THE MONTH
NEW HAMPSHIRE MAGAZINE, APRIL 2014
NH Textile Artist Laura Morrison
Fibers and New Thought on a Next Life
by Susan McLaughlin
This sculpture, Mutation: Specimen E is one of
the latest additions to my Nature Regeneration Series. It is created from wool that has been crocheted, felted, beaded and sewn entirely by hand. The sculpture is "preserved and captured” under a glass dome evoking an exotic specimen in a natural history museum. Rich in texture, color and mystery, this artwork portrays my vision of a new world that is beyond our grasp.
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Musings about Art, Work, Life and Creativity
Living the life of an artist, wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend offers many rewards and once in a while...some challenges! Musings about what is on my mind at the moment are posted once or twice a week with no particular pattern or order. Just click on any post that looks interesting to you and join me on my artistic journey!
ARTSCOPE MAGAZINE, NOV/DEC 2013
HANDS-ON NATURE: Laura Morrison's Organic, Procreative , Fiber Sculptures
by Marcia Santore
A MATTER OF TIME
Artists respond to the concept of timekeeping and how it is represented today.
Laura Morrison partnered with fellow artist, Gail Smuda, to create a mixed media assemblage especially for this exhibition.
October 25, 2013- May 31, 2014
National Watch and Clock Museum
514 Poplar Street, Columbia PA
"Time Flies" by Laura Morrison and Gail Smuda is a collaborative work created especially for the exhibition, A Matter of Time. "Time Flies" shows the cycle of life in the bird eggs which are about to hatch as well as the flight of birds breaking free and taking off to experience their journey in life. The deterioration of the man-made objects, the shredded Farmers Almanac and the rusted clock, are juxtaposed to the beauty of Nature’s continued renewal.
Four progressive New Hampshire women artists reveal their insights into the concept of mother
March 3-April 11, 2014
Silver Center for the Arts
Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH
SPIRIT OF SPRING
Artwork inspired by the meaning of Spring.
March 7-April 19, 2014
Epsom Public Library
1606 Diver Road (RT4), Epsom, NH