Available Works

Biography

Morven Douglas (b. 1998, Scotland) takes inspiration from many features of storytelling, folklore and mythology through her works, incorporating imagery and happenings from dreams as generated sources to create paintings and illustrated stories. Philosophy, Ancient History, Classical Mythology and personal 'signs' are core interests in Morven’s practice. Combining and recontextualising a range of historical symbolism and personal symbolism, Morven seeks to neutralise the impending social political origins of classical narratives and place them into forms of the dreamscape; the space upon the borders of reality. Morven lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.

Education

BA, Glasgow School of Art, 2016-2020

Press

2020, Best Efforts, The Scotsman

Exhibitions

2020, ds2020 Virtual Degree Show Simulator, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland (Group)
2019, SOUP, The Glue Factory, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2019, Creative Drawing: How To Be An Artist, Gallery Fleur, Kyoto, Japan (Group)
2019, Tadaaaa, Kumagusuku Kyoto Art Hostel, Japan (Group)
2018, Test Bed, Tontine Building, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2017, Invisible Threads Are The Strongest Ties, 13 Ross Street, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)