The Art of Eddie Morrison
Eddie Morrison is a contemporary sculptor who works in wood and stone who strives to produce work that represents American Indian people with pride and dignity.
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1991. My art class went to Hopi's second mesa and we had to create a piece about it. I did this representing the Kivas with the ladders going down in them and the thousand year old buildings , the Corn columns, the Kachinas. I have some great Hopi friends and they have a proud rich culture.
2007, will be ten years this year. Sissy Bear which I did for The famed Fort Restaurant In Morrison Colorado, from start to finish pics.
990 The Great Mystic Hawk, black walnut wood. From a Cherokee Legend of long ago. I have been looking at some of the old legends, you should too.
The black walnut wood relief I'm demonstrating on at the National Museum of the American Indian. Taking shape.
1988, think I posted this before, but it recently came into my daughter in Kansas possession, I'm happy it did, it was one of my first attemps at relief carving in black walnut wood, almost 30 years ago,
My sculpture which is in the entrance foyer of The Cherokee Veterans Center in Tahlequah, Okla. 2014
2015, is British Columbia soap stone. I titled it "Two Spirits Bound in the Continuing Circle of Life