Paul Morrison
*1966 in Liverpool, UK
lives and works in Sheffield, UK

Paul Morrison, Clove, 2018<br>plastic powder coated marine grade aluminum, 293,5 x 139 x 25 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Cytotype, 2009<br>acrylic on linen, 46,5 x 35,5 x 3,5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Synsepalum, installation view The Bluecoat Liverpool, UK, 2008Paul Morrison, Sonnenlicht, 2013<br>24 carat gold leaf on linen, 40 x 30 x 3,5 cm <br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Pseudanthium, 2008<br>acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, Düsseldorf
Paul Morrison, Post, 2013<br>acrylic on linen, 224 x 183 x 5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Sepal, 2002<br>acrylic on linen, 274 x 183 x 5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Rhizotron, 2011 <br>24 carat gold leaf on painted aluminium, 86 x 37 x 0,5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Cypripedium, 2009<br>acrylic on linen, 183 x 122 x 3 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Phylum, 2008<br>painted aluminium
Paul Morrison, Remote Viewer, 2013<br>acrylic on linen, 183 x 330 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Topocline, 2005<br>Painted aluminium & galvanised steel base, 266 × 227 × 140 cmPaul Morrison, Gate, 2015<br>Acrylic on linen, 36 x 53,5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Ochrea, Towada Art Center, Japan, 2008Paul Morrison, Hyazinthe, 2014<br>painted aluminium, 400 x 130 x 2.5 cm
Paul Morrison, Untitled, 2017<br>acrylic on linen, 51 x 38 cm <br>Courtesy VAN HORN, DüsseldorfPaul Morrison, Lucent Garden, 2019<br>24 carat gold leaf, 360 degree wall painting<br>The Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, USAPaul Morrison, Mericarp, 2008<br>Industrial powder coated marine aluminum and galvanized steel, 301 x 171 cmPaul Morrison, Mesophylle, 2002<br>Magasin, centre national d'art contemporain, Grenoble, France
Paul Morrison is a British Artist. He is known for his use of modified appropriated images from botanical, cartoon, film and art historical sources. Morrison collages and manipulates found images producing powerfully disquieting scenes that often reference landscape painting. Emphatic shifts in scale and pictorial language underscore the unsettling mood in his work which ranges from intimate paintings and prints to films and vast site-specific wallpaintings. Sculpture is also an integral part of Morrison’s practice. Large format three-dimensional metal works emphasise the pictorial and appear to dematerialise as the viewer circles the work. The delicacy of the outlines often belies their overwhelming physical size and weight.