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PAGE MORRIS

                                             Let's Dance 40x30 acrylic on canvas

                                             Let's Dance 40x30 acrylic on canvas

                                 Beach Babe 3 30x24  acrylic on board

                                 Beach Babe 3 30x24  acrylic on board

                                        Green Sleeves  30x24  acrylic on canvas

                                        Green Sleeves  30x24  acrylic on canvas

                                             Amethyst Beads  36x24  acrylic on board

                                             Amethyst Beads  36x24  acrylic on board

                                      Hearts on My Blouse  16x20  acrylic on canvas

                                      Hearts on My Blouse  16x20  acrylic on canvas

                                                Striped Vase  36x24 acrylic on board

                                                Striped Vase  36x24 acrylic on board

                                              Small Beauty 20x16  acrylic on canvas

                                              Small Beauty 20x16  acrylic on canvas

            24x36 acrylic on canvas  SOLD

            24x36 acrylic on canvas  SOLD

There's a Dove in My Hair 30x24  SOLD

There's a Dove in My Hair 30x24  SOLD

           Purple Tendril  24x24 SOLD

           Purple Tendril  24x24 SOLD

             Beach Babe  24x36   SOLD

             Beach Babe  24x36   SOLD

PAGE MORRIS

Page Morris is a colorist, an enthusiast of thick paint and molding paste, a collector of papers, and an Artist.
" Every woman I know has a relationship ( good or bad) with their hair."  Why is this so?  I think that Our society forces women to use their hair styles as markers for femininity.  Page tries to explore this theory in her new series.  " The women in my paintings are ultra feminine but also quiet in their strength ."

Page sets a rigid work schedule for herself and believes that creativity happens while working. Creativity doesn't justoccursitting around thinking about it. It happens as part of a process. I may get an idea about something I'd like to paint but it leads me nowhere until I start to paint."