One of the many perks to working at the Locus is the Art. We get to view so many wonderful artists here and Autumn Skye Morrison is no exception. There is a lot of buzz around Autumn’s work, not only having the recent cover of Common Ground magazine coinciding with her opening night here at the Locus, but through out galleries in BC and the art tent that is much appreciated at the Shambahla music festival in Salmo BC.
Upon first Glance one would be hard pressed not to notice her outstanding talent, but further inquiry will lead you  into the layers of sacred geometry, symbology and intimacy dispersed withing her images. One does not walk away from one of her paintings without a sense of wonder and connection to a greater truth.

In her words ~ “My purpose is to create. In that process I find stillness and rhythm, my teacher and passion. I believe that art can be a life shaking experience, or an intimate rendezvous. For me it is both.

I place intention in what I create. Either through words, actions, thoughts, or artwork, I aim to share honesty and awakening. To celebrate this fantastic adventure. To inspire and be inspired.

I begin with planting seeds of ideas, and intuitively progress through the piece. I go on a journey with each painting; evolving together. I am constantly surprised and inspired by what is translated by my imagination and hands.

Thereafter, your story is whispered. A reflection of light and shadow of your human beauty, your geometric perfection, and your ancient divinity.”

Her work will remain on our walls from April to June 5th. She has originals,  prints with hand finished details to art card sets to accommodate any budget.

Her Website ~