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Robert E. Morris studied art and architecture at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana and at L'Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris.  While running around Europe he enjoyed sketching spontaneous images of great architecture and picturesque villages, often times with a bottle of wine and a baguette. Architecture Serviette is an homage to those wanderings, searching for direction and purpose.


Most of these images emerged at The Wine Studio in Lockport on Sunday evenings while enjoying great wine, good food and wonderful live music on napkins graciously supplied by The Studio.

The subjects of each piece involve various (sometimes overlapping) themes. Some of the images contain somewhat subtle references to stories within the subject. The icons identify some of these themes.



 Images that reference sources that inspired the artist

 Images from Robert's hometown of Lockport, Illinois

 Images of imagination, dreams and fantasy

 Images of faith, churches and temples

 Images of government and municipalities

 Images of The Wine Studio and inspirational libations

  Images of vehicles of transportation 

Icons Inspiration.jpg
Icons Lockport.jpg
Icons Fantasy.jpg
Icons Church_edited.jpg
Icons City -Government.jpg
Icons Wine Studio.jpg
Icons Transportation.jpg
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