Alabama artist Deedee Morrison recently assisted with the installation of “Borrowed Light,” a sculpture on view at the Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library
Alabama Sculptor DeeDee Morrison’s studio is nestled in a limestone quarry.
An active one.
A new solar-powered sculpture installed Wednesday near the wetlands in Renaissance Park artistically demonstrates how solar power works by illuminating laser-cut sheets of metal designed to replicate a seed pod coming out of a dormant state to form new life.
“I submitted my sculpture idea to Chattanooga because they are recognized nationally as a public art forum for artist,” says the well-known sculptor Deedee Morrison, who just installed "Seed-pod" at Renaissance Park by the Tennessee River.
City of Fairhope workers installed of a sculpture titled "A Matter of Fiction" by Deedee Morrison of Birmingham on Friday Feb. 17, 2012 in front of the Fairhope Public Library on Fairhope Ave.
Downtown Fairhope will welcome a new public art sculpture next week with the installation Feb. 17 of a new piece by sculptor Deedee Morrison
Sun-catcher sculpture is an innovative way to illuminate a street using solar energy. Artist Dee Dee Morrison and her Morrison Studio have designed and installed this solar powered sun-catcher sculpture at Clearwater in Florida, U.S.A.
DeeDee Morrison is achieving her dream of being an artist the unconventional way. Instead of attending SCAD or Rhode Island School of Design, she signed up as the only female in a class of 19 in a welding class at Bessemer Tech. And instead of setting up a studio in a warehouse loft, she converted the old coal-testing shed of the Republic Steel coke furnaces out at Wade Sand and Gravel.
ORANGE BEACH — The ribbon cutting for Deedee Morrison’s “Lighthouse,” a 17-foot-high steel and Plexiglas sculpture, will take place at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Orange Beach Arts Center. The event is open to the public and the community is encouraged to come meet the artist and see her work.
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