Stationary: An Exhibit of Supply & Demand

Elizabeth Morisette creates artwork which responds to the society in which we live. Her work is created with recycled or repurposed materials. Stationary: An Exhibit of Supply & Demand features a series of work created by using mass amounts of several different types of office supplies. By weaving large quantities of office supplies into wall hangings and baskets, Elizabeth Morisette employs the viewer to think about the supply and demand of items in our workspaces (and the rest of our lives), and ask if the supply is necessary at all.

Elizabeth Morisette, “Control, Alt, Delete,” Mixed Media Wall Hanging

Elizabeth Morisette grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and is a 1994 graduate of North Carolina State University School of Design. She recieved a Masters Degree in 2006 in Community Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art.   During the program she was the Artist in Residence at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore. Now living in Fort Collins, CO, Morisette continues to work with the community through intergenerational arts projects such as working as the Artist is Residence at Elderhaus, Artist in the school at Bennett Elementary and Facilitator for the Arts Incubator of the Rockies.  She recently partnered with Fort Collins Artist Bonnie Lebesch to design a community based mural for the windows at the Community Creative Center in Fort Collins.

Join Elizabeth for an artist talk in Artworks Loveland’s south gallery on Thursday, June 22 from 6-8 PM. She will discuss the inspirations and processes behind the Stationary exhibit.

A portion of all proceeds from artwork sales will be donated to Thompson School District, who are working to bring a salad bar to every school.