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Toose Morton

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 


My diverse practice 'the view from here' has life drawing and landscape at it's core. The two are inextricably linked.

My process began with an obsession with the ever changing view from my home - Hay Bluff. However, it developed and became the view from my head, I explore the past, present and future - using my visual language drawn from an internal dialogue. The memory is it's own master, and people places, emotions and responses, never fully disappear from view.

Experimentation with techniques and materials and a desire to learn drives me forward. I draw paint and make sculpture - making art is my way of navigating through time.

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Artwork for Toose Morton

Family, found metal

Under the Table, oil on canvas

Various sculpture, painting & drawings


Life drawing, work on paper

Life drawing, mixed collage on board

found metal sculpture

Quest, found metal sculpture

mixed media on board

The View From Here, mixed collage on board

charcoal  drawing

Harbour in Porthgain, charcoal on paper


Hay on Wye

2016  March - Women's Festival Brecon, collage for group show, Andrew Lamont Gallery, Theatr Brycheiniog

Sept - h.Art Presteigne, 'Halcyon' found metal exterior sculptures for group show

2017  March - Women's Festival Brecon, collage for group show 'The Muse'

July - 2 pieces of found metal sculpture exhibited at Mid Wales Arts, Caeswys, Newtown, they remain there.

August - 3 life studies for group Summer exhibition, The Table Gallery, Hay on Wye

2018  November - Solo exhibition 'The View From Here' art & sculpture at The Drawing Room Gallery, Hay on Wye



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