Exhibit August 2014
In August of 2014, Daybreak Star Cultural Center’s Sacred Circle Gallery hosted an exhibit of Andrew Morrison’s work. We showcased a body of work that was developed within a burst of energy that is rooted in Native America.
“The artwork was born in the heat of Arizona, nurtured in the rich lands of Idaho, and fully matured in Washington. The artwork has been a traveling exhibit and just as anything that is in motion, it will stay in motion. The artwork represents the four seasons, four directions, medicine wheel, sacred circle, and the journey that all Native American souls find themselves on. This journey of discovery becomes more apparent the more you expose yourself to it. The more you open yourself up to this style of artwork the more you will learn, the healthier you will feel, and the vitality of its nature can permeate within your spirit. The body of artwork is just that, a body. One piece cannot exist without the other and each piece’s creative motion is kinetically connected to all. A revolving endless circle of interconnected acrylic, canvas, framing, ink, graphite, paper, spray paint, and love combine to create a vision quest that manifests in the physical form of actual paintings. I call this body of work “stop hit technique”.” –Andrew Morrison