• Photo of Glenn Morris in the arctic.

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Lost Comrades

I’ve just installed my latest piece, Lost Comrades at Dyffryn Gardens near Cardiff. Here’s a preview of what it’s like Lost Comrades – it’ll be there all year, along with other wonderful sculptures by fellow members of Sculpture Cymru.

Anthropocene heads to Bristol

I’m really excited to announce that Anthropocene is on the move to Bristol! The Tobacco Factory is an exciting venue south of the river in Bristol, and well known for its exhibitions, live music, theatre and much more. The three wooden figures will be on display in the main café and outside from March to May, with the ‘Last Supper’ bronzes and the three iron figures in the café April/May. More news to follow!

Anthropocene and beyond

The exhibition, Anthropocene, was thankfully really well received. The private view was well attended and comments from the MOMA visitor’s book were amazing. Here’s how the figures looked in situ.
We’ve had a great response and one commission from the exhibition – and are hoping to take the figures on the road – potentially to Bristol, where we’re scouting for a site tall enough to take the standing figure. Watch this space!

Exciting new MOMA exhibition

I’m very excited about my upcoming solo exhibition ‘Anthropocene’ at MOMA Machynlleth. This has been a few months in the making, but nearly there now! The exhibition starts on 7th May – the private view is at midday on the 7th, and the exhibition runs until 13th August.
The exhibition features three huge figures – lying, kneeling and standing – made out of steel and wood. These have been made in response to the huge impact man has had on the earth – so much so that we are now entering a new epoch: ‘Anthropocene’.
Hopefully a thought-provoking exhibition – it’s been quite a journey creating it.