AboutDeedee Morrison has been working as a professional studio and public artist for over ten years working on public art. Her experience includes a broad spectrum of commissioned work and public art planning and development. She believes that sculpture site planning should incorporate the nuances of the land, the specific environment and/or any unique cultural features that will contextualize the onsite art. Deedee thoroughly researches every project to better understand the character of the site and the best potential uses, that inspire creativity and innovation.
Recent NewsThe Art of Melding Nature With Industry
Posted on Feb 6, 2013
Across America, in parks and outside libraries, you’ll find artist Deedee Morrison’s re...
A Most Unusual Landscape Sculpture
Posted on Jul 27, 2012
The Designer recently interviewed artist Deedee Morrison of Birmingham, Alabama, to ask her about ...
The Artist and the Rock
Posted on Jul 17, 2012
You don’t expect a beautiful, solar-powered aluminum sculpture to come alive in a rock quarry...