About the Artist
Artist Burton Morris builds on the tradition of Pop Art masters of the 1960’s-70’s, by portraying everyday ideas and objects and transforming popular culture icons into thought provoking works of fine art.
His distinctive style is characterized by radiant black outlines and vivid colors that emit energy in all of his artwork.
Burton Morris’ artwork first gained national attention in the mid-1990’s when his paintings were chosen to hang on the set of the NBC hit television series “Friends.” Over the years, his artwork has been selected for the 76th Annual Academy Awards, the FIFA World Cup Soccer Games, the 38th Montreux Jazz Festival, the Athens Summer Olympic Games, the 2006 Major League Baseball All Star Game, the One Young World Conference and the 2016 Golf U.S. Open to name a few.
He has created signature artwork for corporations such as Absolut Vodka, Rolex, H.J. Heinz, Kellogg’s, Chanel, Microsoft, and Coca-Cola, among many others. In addition, his artwork has helped to raise millions of dollars for various charities worldwide.
Burton Morris original paintings are displayed internationally. Morris’ art is featured in the collections of The Albright Knox Museum, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Jimmy Carter Center, The United Nations, and The International Olympic Museum.
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