morrow art

cover painting by Serge Bennathan and available at Morrow.

Here are a few examples of the art work we have in Morrow’s Gallery. 80% of all proceeds go directly to artists.

Aura Paintings by Dance Artist Oksana Augustine

Link to examples here of Oksana’s Aura Paintings. Sliding scale and by zoom appointment: $60 – $100.

Paintings by Dance Artist Jess Wilkie

Watercolour and Ink on watercolour paper

Odds: Framed 13 x 17 – $100 / Unframed 13 x 17 – $85

odds: unframed 5.5 x 8.5 – $30 / Framed $50

Odds 13 x 17 Framed: $100 (sold)

Paper Pulp Art by Sauha Lee

Sauha was introduced to us by Dance Artist Rianne Svelnis and brings to Morrow, a selection of small paper pulp crafts as well as this custom made two sided larger piece that is approximately 30 inches square. Created from 1 year’s pays tubs and Yucca plant fibres.

Mushroom Magic by Dance Artist Ellie Bishop

Morrow is featuring Ellie’s Mushroom Magic paintings that are ready to hang – on stretched canvas or wood blocks. They come in a variety of sizes. Complex mushrooms have a number of mushrooms and other flora ($55) on stretched canvas on Wood Blocks ($60). Simple Mushrooms are just the shrooms ($40)! They range in size from 4 x 4 inches to 8 x 6 inches. Adorable and MAGIC! To, view a full selection please visit the store.

Paintings For The Soul By Serge Bennethan

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Italian watercolour paper, 15cm X 40cm. Watercolour, ink. $200

Italian watercolour paper, 15cm X 40cm. Watercolour, ink. $200

Bonjour, my name is Serge Bennathan.

I am a choreographer and since I was 6 years old, dance has been my life. My professional career started at age 18 when I joined Les Ballets de Marseille, France. Since then, I offer to dance all that I possess, physically and spiritually, and in return dance has been very generous with me. Because of dance, I believe in Spirit and because of dance I believe in Ghosts.

In my Tree of Life, dance is the trunk, thick and strong. The branches represent what I have discovered and what dance has introduced me to; it’s in and amongst these branches that I encountered painting.

I started to draw and paint during my choreographic researches, to explore creatively in a different stratum what I was trying to expose physically in dance. Slowly this branch of the tree grew, becoming an expression of my thoughts totally independent of dance.

Through my paintings, I am a storyteller trying to reflect a profound desire for poetry, the poetry of the human soul, its dreams, hopes, imagination and humour. I deeply believe in the healing potential of my paintings, they speak to our imagination and, through it, reconnect us with the beliefs of our beginnings.