Harry Morgan

Based in Edinburgh, Morgan is known for his penchant for marrying unusual materials and experimental use of ancient processes. Present in permanent collections such as London’s Victoria and Albert Museum and Coburg’s European Museum of Modern Glass in Germany, he often explores the intrinsic personality of materials and the conflicting relationship between them.

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Raining Stone 6, Raining Stone 7
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Guardian Vessel with Carved Rim
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Hope's Sweater,1951
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Propagation Project; Japanese Woods Haiku
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Urban Lines II
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Tree Table 2
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Lost and Found
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A Pineapple Vase
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