'With her playful spin on time and space, Douglas-Morris blurs the line between memory and myth. Day seeps into night. Spiritual and material worlds intersect' Kate Neave

Freya Douglas-Morris studied Fine Art at Brighton University before receiving an MA from the Royal College of Art in 2013. Upon graduating from the RCA she was selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries, The New Sensations & The Catlin Guide.

 

She has work featured in the publications ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’, ‘Paper’ Saatchi Gallery and most recently 'The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting 2' as well as various magazines. She has shown internationally and lives and works in London.

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

'Hills of Honey', Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh (2021) 

'Between the bliss and me', TIN MAN ART, London  (2021) 

'River tales', New Grass Gallery & Rubbish Magazine, London (2021)

'All paths lead somewhere', Lychee One, London  (2021) 

'Inside/Outside', Janet Rady Gallery, London (2021) 

'Art on a postcard', London (2021) 

'FreshStart-LA', Los Angeles, USA (2021) 

'Viewing Rooms, Works on paper', Lychee One, London (2020) 

'Staycation', Lychee One, London (2020) 

'Tides', Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh (2020) 

'Isolated Observations', Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester (2020) 

'London Art Fair', Lychee One, London (2020) 

'Picture Palace', Transition Gallery, London (2020) 

'The Sun Long Night', Lychee One, London (2019)

'Art Shenzhen', HDM Gallery, Shenzhen, China (2019)

'Art 021', HDM Gallery, Shanghai, China (2019)

'Winter Exhibition', Campden Art Gallery, London (2018)

'Bone Memory', Lychee One, London (2018)

'Denton’s Art Prize', London (2018)

'Fresh Paint', Messums Wiltshire, Tisbury, Wiltshire (2018)

'The Manchester Contemporary', Manchester (2017)

'The Diamond Sea' curated by Kristian Day, Saatchi Gallery, London (2017)

'Where They Hum', Lychee One, London (2017)

'What is This Place?', Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall (2017)

Benefit Auction & Exhibition, CS Hospiz is Rennweg & Sotheby’s, Vienna (2017)

'The Classical', Transition Gallery, London (2016)

'Landing', Kristian Day, London (2016)

'Sampler' curated by Kristian Day, Arcade Fine Arts (2016)

'Artificial Arcadia', Bosse & Baum, London (2016)

'Paper, Publication, Performance', Lychee One, London (2016)

'Light For Company', Lychee One, London (2016)

'Carnival Glass', Block 336, London (2015)

'A Crazed Flowering', Frameless Gallery, London (2015)

'Studiolo #11: One place or another’, Studiolo Project, Milan, Italy (2014)

'100 Painters of Tomorrow', New York, USA (2014)

'Elsewhere', Yellow Gallery & Transition Gallery, Varese, Italy (2014)

'East End Painting Prize', Bow Arts Trust, London (2014)

'Freya Douglas-Morris & Marita Fraser', Peter Von Kant Gallery, London (2014)

'Re-Define', Dallas Contemporary Museum, USA (2014)

'Paper & Colour', Griffin Gallery, London (2014)

'The Catlin Guide', Art London, London (2014)

'Atomic', Transition Gallery, London (2013)

'Art Britannia', Miami, USA (2013)

'Painting Show', Winter Projects, London (2013)

'Paper', Saatchi Gallery, London (2013)

'Selected Works from the RCA Show', Christie’s, London (2013)

'RCA Degree Show', Royal College of Art, London (2013)

'See Think Different', Drawing Room Projects, London (2013)

'Big Rock Candy Mountain', MOT International Projects, London (2013)

'Secret Postcards', Royal College of Art, London (2013)

'Near that place', Hockney Gallery, RCA, London (2013)

'Passing Through Landscape', Campden Gallery, London (2012)

'Bloomberg New Contemporaries', ICA, London (2012)

'Bloomberg New Contemporaries', Liverpool Biennial (2012)

'CHASE Charity Exhibition', Royal College of Art, London (2012)

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AWARDS

 

Denton’s Art Prize, commended (2018) 

 

RESIDENCIES

 

Residency with Yellow Space, Varese & Transition Gallery, Varese, Italy (2014)

Out of Britain with the RCA and British Council, Kuwait (2012-13)

Pantocrator Gallery, Barcelona, Spain (2011)

Milchhof Art Studios, Berlin (2008)

 

COLLECTIONS

 

Saatchi Gallery and many private collections worldwide

 

EDUCATION

 

2011 - 2013

MA Painting, Royal College of Art, London 

1999 – 2002

BA Fine Art, Brighton University