Morpho Gallery Celebrates 10 Years with David Alan Sisk Solo Exhibition

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David Alan Sisk was one of four artists featured in the grand opening of Morpho Gallery ten years ago. Over the past decade, he has continued to exhibit regularly at Morpho. In honor of our 10th anniversary, we will be exhibiting a retrospective of selected works by David Alan Sisk along with his current work.

About the Artist:

David Alan Sisk is a visual artist in Chicago. He is also a psychotherapist and scholar in psychodynamically oriented clinical social work. David utilizes art as a means of exploring ideas, relationships, and the nuances of human experience. In this current exhibition, he will be exhibiting selected photographs, paintings and conceptual works created over the past ten years that portray the development and breadth of his work.

www.artdas.com

About Morpho Gallery:

Morpho Gallery prides itself in seeking talented artists who are on the cusp of being discovered by the mainstream art community. We invite local artists to exhibit their work in a creative and non-competitive atmosphere where artistic experimentation and development are encouraged.

By creating a blank palette inside the gallery, we offer infinite possibilities for an array of colors, textures and media to come together. Morpho Gallery also offers leasing packages at affordable rates to groups and individuals who wish to stage their own shows.

Website: morphogallery.com

One thought

  1. David Sisk is a multi-talented Chicago artist and what better way to celebrate Morpho’s ten years of supporting local artists then with a Sisk show!!! Congrats Morpho!

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