Listing of Morris Graves’ original works of art on exhibition:

Current Exhibitions

None scheduled

Recent Exhibitions

Morris Graves: The Nature of Things
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
February 20 – July 4, 2016

From the Los Angeles County Museum of Art website:
Morris Graves: The Nature of Things features a focused ensemble of the artist’s works from the 1930s to 1950s, a pivotal period in his career. The early paintings and exquisite works on paper, largely from LACMA’s collection, are on display in tandem with select objects from the museum’s Chinese, Japanese and Nepalese holdings. Together they highlight the ways that Asian aesthetics and philosophy informed Graves’s oeuvre.”

Intersections: Helen Frederick
Acts of Silence

The Phillips Collection
February 4- May 1, 2016

From the The Phillips Collection website:
“Addressing the endangerment and degradation of the environment, distinguished DC artist Helen Frederick’s work aligns with the philosophical approach to nature found in the work of Morris Graves (American, 1910–2001), who developed a spiritual bond with the landscape and culture of the Pacific Northwest. Her pulp prints and paintings are surrounded by projected images of the forest, light-based sculptures, and sound pieces, creating an immersive, multisensory, and interactive space. Juxtaposed with some of the Phillips’s most celebrated Graves works, they reinforce an introspective experience of art while bringing awareness of human responsibility toward the natural environment.”

Ron Wigginton:  from The Lake
Fresno Art Museum, California
September 25, 1015 – January 3, 2016

Mr. Graves’ works Pacific Rim Image IV, 1994 and Five Persimmons, Five Jewels, Flowering Cabbage and Morning Glory, 1991 were shown, by request, with Mr. Wigginton’s paintings Loleta Group, painted during his 2011 Retreat Residency.