Janet Morrow makes conceptual art. She uses a wide variety of media, selecting the materials that are most appropriate to express a particular idea. Much of the work examines issues of otherness, deafness and disability, frequently taking the form of installations composed of abstract sculptural forms.
Morrow holds a BFA from Southern Methodist University, an MFA from The University of Texas at Arlington and K-12 Art Teaching Certification from The University of Texas at Arlington. Her work has been exhibited at Gonzo Unit in Thessaloniki, Greece, Surface Gallery in Nottingham, England, The Smithsonian International Gallery in Washington, D.C., Access Gallery in Austin, Circle Gallery at The Maryland Foundation of Art in Annapolis, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, The Long Beach Island Foundation in Loveladies, New Jersey, Altered Esthetics Gallery in Minneapolis, and many other venues.
Currently living and working in the Lake Whitney area of Texas, Morrow has taught drawing, 3D design, and disability studies at The University of Texas at Arlington and drawing, 2D design, digital art and art appreciation at Tarrant County College NE Campus. She has taught 3D workshops for Imagination Fort Worth (formerly Imagination Celebration) and recreational art workshops for MHMR of Tarrant County and has presented research and lectures at The Modern Museum of Art in Fort Worth, Society for Disability Studies Conference, The University of Texas at Dallas and The University of North Texas.
Morrow Art Productions, LLC, specializes in art teaching and commissioned projects. For information concerning teaching, such as CV, teaching philosophy and portfolio of student work, click here: Teaching Resources
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