Doors to Grand Rapids' Past

Morna & 616 Art Vote Code: 64888

Doors to Grand Rapids' Past is our take on a polyptych, bearing a collection of plein aire original watercolors, acrylic paintings, drawings and writings by Morna Shows Workman, They portray life in Grand Rapids in the 70's-90's. The art will be displayed on 10 hinged doors, created by Mark Vainner of 616 Art. The doors will form a zig-zag, with art on all sides that the viewer can walk into and around. The exhibition consists of Grand Rapids downtown cityscapes, sidewalk scenes, residential exteriors & interiors, landscapes, parks, rivers, bridges and people in motion living life. Suzanne Vainner of 616 Balloons will be creating balloon art for the exhibit as well.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: 15'
  • Medium: Wood and Paintings
  • Width: Various
  • Year created: 2017
  • Height: 7'

About Morna & 616 Art

Morna and Mark have been friends for many years. Mark was blessed to be in ArtPrize twice. The inaugural ArtPrize at the BOB (Flowering Garden Bench) and in 2014 at the Ford Museum with #U. This will be Morna's first ArtPrize entry. She taught art in the Physically or Health Impaired program for Grand Rapids Public Schools. Morna owns a Gallery in Florida