Glenn Morgan’s work is currently on view in a public art exhibition at the soon-to-be-completed State Library Station, Franklin Street in the Melbourne CBD.
Late last year, artists from the Metro Tunnel Creative Program Artist Pool were invited to reflect upon their experience of working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. The result is Home/Work – a group exhibition exploring how local artists, designers, performers and more forged productive, creative spaces at home during Melbourne’s lockdown. As you can see from Glenn’s artwork, I’m in bloody heaven!, the period of enforced isolation gave him the opportunity to get stuck into more art making in his studio.
The public art exhibition is currently on display outside the soon-to-be-completed State Library Station, Franklin Street. For more information, click here.
We look forward to seeing what Glenn has been working on over the past year in his upcoming exhibition, ‘Locked down in the shed’, at Australian Galleries, Melbourne.
Glenn Morgan pictured alongside his friend and fellow Warrnambool artist, Matthew Clarke