by Caleb Morgan
Issue 1 :: Autumn 2007 (art)
Caleb Morgan's work is surrealist in content, yet has many expressionistic and abstract qualities to it. The artist's influences range from H.R. Giger and Chet Zar to Salvadore Dali and M.C. Esher. Morgan uses the graphite medium to a superb ablity bringing out disturbing yet beautiful images, of dreams, figures and nightmare scapes. He uses influences from his views on politics, organized religions to induce images that are as thought provoking in meaning as they are visually stunning. Mr. Morgan can be easily classified in the current group of progressive artists known as The Modern Surrealists.