Born in North Wales in 1945
Mali Morris studied Fine Art at the University of Newcastle (BA) and Reading University (MFA) and has establshed a reputation as an abstract painter with a distinct vision and visual vocabulary. Her works contain a rich variery of colours and shapes, often presenting unpredictable configurations and conjunctions. The physical characteristics of paint and the texture of swirling brushstrokes are a prominent feature in many of her works; they often imply a layering process in which some marks and gestures seem to float above other shapes and areas of colour, suggesting intriguing relationships and energetic movement.
Her first solo show was held at the Serpentine Gallery in London in 1977 and since then has exhibited extensivel and frequently at major galleries throughout the U.K.