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R. Jesse Morley

R. Jesse Morley
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Maker Story

Portrayed to Perfection

An everyday object can be turned into a beautiful masterpiece when recreated by the artist R. Jesse Morley. For over thirty years, R. Jesse Morley has been an accomplished artist who continually redefines himself. His work includes clocks, custom furniture, wooden kinetic sculptures, oil paintings, graphic and architectural design, and carvings. Our personal favorites here at The Grommet are his pen and ink drawings.

The original renderings are done with India ink on Bristol board using many fine pen strokes. Many of the drawings start as working plans for pieces that are going to be sculptural work made of wood. Frequently, these drawings become so detailed that they stand alone as a piece of graphic art.

So whether you like the keys, locomotive, or steam engine these pieces never lack inspiration, but rather they portray common subjects infused with personality to give character to their everyday appearances.

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Discovered 6/5/2013

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Discovered 6/5/2013

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Made in the USA

Maker Story

Portrayed to Perfection

An everyday object can be turned into a beautiful masterpiece when recreated by the artist R. Jesse Morley. For over thirty years, R. Jesse Morley has been an accomplished artist who continually redefines himself. His work includes clocks, custom furniture, wooden kinetic sculptures, oil paintings, graphic and architectural design, and carvings. Our personal favorites here at The Grommet are his pen and ink drawings.

The original renderings are done with India ink on Bristol board using many fine pen strokes. Many of the drawings start as working plans for pieces that are going to be sculptural work made of wood. Frequently, these drawings become so detailed that they stand alone as a piece of graphic art.

So whether you like the keys, locomotive, or steam engine these pieces never lack inspiration, but rather they portray common subjects infused with personality to give character to their everyday appearances.