LIQUID MIRRORS: An abstract approach to water imagery is a sumptuous 36 page blend of fantastic full color imagery and supporting short stories in beautifully bound hard cover and dust jacket - perfect for your coffee table.
This new book will be launched at the LEONARDO gallery in Toronto on July 22,2010 along with the debut of a dramatic new series of large format Chromatic prints mounted on aluminum.
Morgan Earl was raised on rivers, and has sailed on four oceans so it’s no wonder his principal creative focus on water employs his photographic and visual skills towards what he sums up as an impressionist /abstract approach to water. He spends much of his time in two worlds – the wilds of the North Muskoka river and Europe's south coasts. Not surprisingly, his style is informed by the both 19thcentury artistic risk takers, van Gogh and Cezanne and the Canadian Group of Seven led by Tom Thomson. These artists were unafraid to cross artistic boundaries to realize their new visions of our natural world. In short, rebels with a brush. With this same spirit, Morgan paints with his camera. His photo-based impressionist images are vibrant evidence of his discovery of water as an artists’ medium in its own right. He aptly calls it ‘Liquid Mirrors’.
Morgan Earl's LIQUID MIRRORS: An abstact Published April 28, 2011