About the Artist
Robert Claiborne Morris' art has been widely exhibited in major American museums, galleries and libraries. In January 2012, Morris was honored with a major, one-man exhibition at the prestigious Telfair Museum in Savannah, Ga. In July of 2012, the Mason Murer Gallery in Atlanta, Ga. opened a one-man show receiving critical acclaim in the Atlanta Journal Constitution and other publications. Over the course of his 30 year career as an artist, journalist and poet, Morris has strived to preserve the human spirit, the beauty of the natural world and impact how viewers and readers perceive their history and therefore existence.
Morris studied art at the Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. and Tulane University in New Orleans, La. His writings have appeared in publications across the country. Tens of thousands of Americans have viewed his art in a number of U.S. cities with a large range of informed, inspired and emotional responses. His collaboration with the Pulitzer Prize winning author Douglas A. Blackmon, filmmaker Sam Pollard and artists Thornton Dial and Terry Dixon, among others, have helped to bring the worlds or arts, letters and history closer together.
All images are available to purchase as prints.
Large 17x26— $400 plus tax, and handling
Small 16x24— $350 plus tax, and handling
Slavery By Another Name (book)— $39.95 plus tax, and handling
This lovely sixty-two page coffee table book features the "Slavery By Another Name" collection
with introduction by Ambassador Andrew Young, Pulitzer Prize winning Author Douglas A. Blackmon, Michael Simanga PhD and Executive Director of the National Black Arts Festival and Artist Robert Claiborne Morris.
Please contact Heather Morris for inquiries or to purchase prints.