On Display Now
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 13 - 6:30-9 pm
Studio ArtFarm 120 E 4th Ave. Mount Dora, FL
This collection of photographic work brings together a wide range of images captured using different formats and techniques. Included are a 1990’s vintage black and white vertical-diptych of a tree and its roots (“Tree of Life”), high resolution scanography digital images of found objects (“Resurrection”), and recent digital images of local landscapes and organic objects. Also included in the collection is a new series titled “Unseen Mount Dora”, a black and white series captured using vintage film cameras of hidden and overlooked landscape/cityscape vignettes.
For more than four decades Paul Morris has been a prominent member of the Florida photographic arts community. Having had a long career creating unique commissioned images for commercial clients he has moved on to creating fine-art works for his soul. He is a compulsive-creator who applies a finely crafted personal style to a wide range of two and three dimensional fine-art mediums. Photography is a creative medium where Paul experiments using digital and traditional film based processes to make inspired images, created a vision that has roots in history but is firmly grounded in the twenty-first century. Paul also designs 3D works using wood, organic, and found objects to create sophisticated one-of-a-kind pieces that enhance interior and exterior spaces. His works can be seen in many homes, institutions and galleries throughout the US and Europe.
Since moving to Mount Dora in 2017, Paul has been working in the arts community and volunteering with the Mount Dora Center For The Arts. He is currently the Gallery Director there and is working to bring diverse art exhibits to town, including local and Florida based artists.