The Theory of Flight & Painting
March 23 – May 13, 2000
In her highly anticipated third solo exhibition with Woodward Gallery, Artist Margaret Morrison intimately examines The Theory of Flight and Painting.
Morrison’s surreal figures express flight on several levels. We are guided to our perfect path by a person in a white lab coat. We learn through Morrison’s “professor” that flight is a metaphor for life. In flight, we strive to go beyond mere existence; we are freer to push ourselves to our personal limit.
To Artist Margaret Morrison these feelings of flight are more apparent in her dream state. We are also treated to realistic still-lifes which take the concept of flight to a playful level.
Once again, Morrison captivates our imagination with her beautiful images and releases our own center of gravity.