JOHN MORS

Personal
Born Sydney, Australia.
U.S. Residency ("Green Card'"). 1988.
Dual Australian and U.S.A. Citizenship. 2002.
Formal Education
1990 M.F.A. Sculpture, (4.0/4.0 GPA),
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
David Lloyd Kreeger Prize in Sculpture (1989,1990).
Alfred E. Steck Memorial Prize in Sculpture.
University Fellowship.
Graduate Teaching Assistantship.
1987 Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
1986 The Art League School, Alexandria, Virginia.
1980 Stanley Street School of Art and Craft, Adelaide, Australia.
East Sydney Technical College, (formerly National Art School), Sydney, Australia.
1978 Oxy-acetylene Welding course, Sydney, Australia.
1974-5 Tom Bass School of Sculpture, Sydney, Australia.
1974 BS (Architecture), The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
Selected Exhibitions
2012 Exhibited "Sculpture on the Grounds," Rockville, Maryland.
2010 Exhibited "Sculpture on the Grounds," Rockville, Maryland.
2008 Solo Exhibition, Mansion Art Gallery of Rockville, Rockville, MD.
Exhibited "Sculpture on the Grounds," Rockville, Maryland.
2006 25th Annual Montpelier Invitational Sculpture Exhibition, Montpelier Arts Center, Laurel, MD.
2001 - 2006 The Residence of the Australian Ambassador, Washington, DC.
2002 - 2003 The Embassy of Australia, Washington, DC.
2001 The American Institute of Architects / Octagon Museum, Washington, DC.
  Summer Salon 2001, Ellipse Art Center, Arlington, VA.
  Decorators' Show House at "White Oaks", Washington, DC.
  Inclusion of sculpture image in Visibooks 'Fireworks 4 for Visual Learners'.
2000 Mansion Art Gallery of Rockville, Rockville, Maryland.
Exhibited "Snapshot", Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD.
Creative Visions Television Invitational, Gallery West, Alexandria, VA.
Exhibited "Sculpture on the Grounds," Rockville, Maryland.
Exhibited "Year 2000, Around the Garden Sculpture Show," Brookside Gardens, Maryland.
1999 Exhibited "Sculpture '99," Towson University, Maryland.
Exhibited "Art in Landscape," The Lillian Holt Center for the Arts, Maryland.
Exhibited "Sculpture Now. '99," Washington, DC.
1997 Exhibited efformSublime, ArtScene Gallery, The National Press Building, Washington, DC.
Exhibited ArtScene at The National Press Building, Washington, DC.
1996 Four Person Exhibition, Cardinal Gallery,
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis, Maryland.
1995 Exhibited "Sculpture Now. '95," Washington Square Art Program, Washington, DC.
1994 Exhibited "Across Borders/Sin Fronteras," The Art Museum of the Americas,
Organization of American States, Washington, DC.
1992 Exhibited at Universal North building, Washington, DC.
Exhibited "Totems," The Art Barn, Washington, DC.
1991 Solo Exhibition, Cardinal Gallery,
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis, Maryland.
Exhibited "Found Objects," Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, Delaware.
Exhibited "Art about Function," Washington, DC.
Exhibited "MFA Show," Dimock Gallery, George Washington University, Washington, DC.
1985 Solo Exhibition, Irving Sculpture Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
1982 Solo Exhibition, Irving Sculpture Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
1981 Exhibited "First Australian Sculpture Triennial," Melbourne, Australia.
Non-Formal Education (Travel)
2008 Italy to study Roman and Etruscan art (Rome, Pompeii, Paestum and Tarquinia).
2006 Australian Aboriginal art sites in the Sydney region.
1999 Italy to study Roman and Etruscan art (Rome, Pompeii, Tarquinia and Cerveteri).
1996 Italy to study Italian religious art (Florence and Venice).
1995 Italy to study Italian religious art (Florence, Venice and Rome).
1993 France (Paris, Brittany ( religious calvaries and megaliths ) , Dordogne ( cave paintings )).
Mali, West Africa, with The Center for African Art, New York.
1992 South-west Indian archaeological sites and reservations.
1991 Australian Aboriginal art sites in the Sydney region.
France to study French religious sculpture.
1987 Ohio Indian sites (funerary and figurative mounds).
1986 South-west Indian archaeological sites.
France.
1985 Relocated to U.S.A.
1982 New Guinea (Highlands and Sepik River).
1978 Australian Aboriginal art sites (Northern Territory, Adelaide, and Perth).
1976 Western Europe (especially France and Spain).



   
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