Learn the inspiration and the narrative behind the works of Los Angeles-based artist Jim Morphesis at his Artist Lecture at the Kellogg University Art Gallery.
The event is part of the programming his exhibition, "Jim Morphesis: Passion and Presence, Memento and Myth," on display through Wednesday, February 1.
Morphesis’ works represent the spiritual, cognitive and personal journey confronts humankind’s inescapable mortality. Through archetypal and allegorically infused subjects and themes inspired by early Christian and Eastern Orthodox iconography and Renaissance chiasoscuro and impasto, his featured artworks fuse modernist styles and techniques of abstraction, Cubism, Abstract Expressionism and Hyperrealism. Read more about the artist and exhibition here.