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Korynn Morrison is a National Art School graduate and the director of The Art Passage.
Painting from her home studio on the NSW South Coast, she creates unique one of a kind pieces for art collectors in Australia and abroad.
Her intuitive abstract landscapes hold a raw and elemental essence that echoes her surrounding area. Fuelled by pushing the boundaries of conventional art,
her performative and evolutionary way of viewing our landscape through unique movement maps has resulted in the creation of a new visual language for her art practice.
“For me, an artwork is only complete at the point where it becomes a sanctuary for the viewer. A place to slow down and take pleasure in the present. At that point I know it’s time to step away and allow the painting a life of it’s own. I am grateful that my collectors have also become active participants in this role. Providing my work a place of importance within their homes and offices in Australia and abroad.

- Korynn Morrison

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Education

2008 - National Art School, HSC Intensive Studio Practice.
2012 - National Art School, Bachelor Of Fine Art, Photography.

Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018 - From Flesh To Dirt, The Art Passage, Miranda, NSW.
2016 - On The Verge, Hunters Hill Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017- Her Story, Balmain Space, 79 Beattie St, Balmain, NSW
2017 – Making New Friends Exhibition, Art Arena Gallery Wollongong NSW
2016 - Fair Day Art Show, Red Nectar, Helensburgh, NSW.
2015 - Birds Of A Feather Flock Together, Now You Se Me Gallery, Big Fat Smile Gallery, Corrimal, NSW.
2015 - Tasty Divine, Skyfire Studio, Leichhardt, NSW.
2012 -  National Art School Graduate Exhibition  National Art School, Sydney.
2012 -  Meanwhile Somewhere,  Library Stairwell Gallery, National Art School, Sydney.

Press

Korynn Morrison, “Starting Point”, Now You See Me Gallery, Birds Of A Feather Flock Together, Everyday artists making magic out of the mundane, Issue #2, 2015, p. 24-25.

Influences

Landscape/ Abstract

124.5cm (W) x 204.7cm (H)
Mixed Media
$4,100
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