My work represents unseen currents of energy and movement lying beneath the surface of our general perception, both microscopic and macroscopic in origin. Making this work is an effort to trace a path back to some unknown past or lost memories hidden deep in the subconscious. Most recently, the paintings have gone beyond references of biological/botanical morphology and evolved into paint creatures that are playful with a menacing edge, and might yet be found in some undiscovered fairytale world.
Core, 2021, Ultralight acrylic and pigment dispersions on canvas, 60" x 48" x 4" This piece references the core of the earth, the soul and the womb
Bloom, 2022, Ultralight acrylic, pigment dispersions and clay on panel, 10" x 7" x 3"
Seren Morey is a New York City based artist who makes sculptural paintings through extrusion. Morey’s work has been shown recently with Rick Wester Fine Art, NYC Culture Club,The Royal Society of American Art, De Buck Gallery in NYC and France, LA Art Show, David & Schweitzer Contemporary NYC, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery NYC, Field Projects Gallery NYC and Anthony Philip Fine Art NYC. Her work has been acquired by multiple private and public collections including Angela Missoni, Middlebury College Museum of Art and Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. She has been reviewed by Robin Pogrebin, Barry Schwabsky and Helen A. Harrison of the New York Times. Morey received a BA from Bard College, NY and an MFA from Pratt Institute, NYC. She is a partner in Guerra Paint & Pigment Corp., a specialty resource store for artists.