Julia Augusta Morris
JuliaAugusta, LaGustaJulia, JAMorrisPublications
A sampling selection of Art & Works available in print and canvas formats of various sizes, customized and standard. Some original Art & Works available for sale upon request, piece dependent. Some Art & Works exist only as O.riginal F.ine A.rt P.rints from O.riginal D.igital A.rt F.iles and are as such available only as original fine art prints (not “gliclées”) often processed, painted and printed. Some may be parts of larger pieces of paintings now available in print format only. All processing printing and pruning done in-house/studio/person on archival fine art paper with archival fine art inks on archival fine art printers. Unless otherwise specified or requested. Recycled non archival also available! All Pain-tings Processes Pieces created by and responsibility of Julia Augusta Morris. All requests and communications considered. Donations gladly accepted. Dana and may the work be of benefit to all. Eating is nice. Traveling is essential.
SF BayArea based but always subject to change without warning.
T.emporary (S.emi-P.ermanent!) A.utonomous Z.one at the HuntersPoint Shipyards: http://shipyardartists.com/work/julia-morris/
Multi-faceted-focussed interests including print graphic design and self-publishing, some form of art making, much movement, music of course and an appetite for inner and outer exploration and adventure. Life and its endless expressions and needs thereof. Painting processing photographing as requisite visual and emotional communication for and psychological philosophical explorations of worlds realms experiences and feelings and resolutions words alone could neither express nor access.
The resulting creative work reflects a lifetime of inner and outer explorations, constantly shifting landscapes and territories.
May it be of benefit to all beings.
“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way… things I had no words for.” ― Georgia O’Keeffe
” . . . there are basically two kinds of artists: those who look to reveal the wound–the wound that we all carry–and then there are artists who look within their own methodology to redemption toward the healing of that wound. . . . ” – Anish Kapoor
(and then there are those who move between the two for one cannot know the latter without diving deeply into the former–me)
. . . and always with the final word, “We have art so that we shall not die of reality.” –Nietzsche