Toussaint II by Mali Morris RA

by Mali Morris RA

Toussaint II is part of a set of four prints by Mali Morris RA produced as an homage to the musician Allen Toussaint.
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Artwork details

Artist Mali Morris RA
Medium Print
Dimensions 32 x 40cm
Fabric & material Print
Edition 30

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Artwork description

“I made this set of four prints with Kip Gresham, a master printer based in Cambridge, in December of 2014. They were conceived as individual works that could be shown singly or together, in any combination.

They are titled Toussaint I, II, III and IV, after the musician Allen Toussaint, born in New Orleans in 1938. He wrote and produced many of the great songs I remember from the 1960s, when I had just started out as an art student. They still sound terrific to me. I was listening to one the other day called Tiddle Winks. Its imagery and feel and rhythm reminded me of the many studies I’d made in preparation for the silkscreens. It seemed too literal to use as a title, so I named the series of four after the composer, as homage. Kip said he knew all about Allen Toussaint, was himself a fan. It wasn’t surprising to me, as we like the same music playing as we work. I think of our productions in print as collaborations.” – Mali Morris RA, May 2015

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About Mali Morris RA

Mali Morris RA was born in North Wales and studied Fine Art at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, BA from 1963 - 68 and the University of Reading, MFA from 1968 - 1970.


Her concentrated compositions engage the viewer in the contemplation of pure abstraction, in which colour relationships structure a luminosity, creating complex layers of space. They explore... Go to artist page