George MorrisonGMA&D promotes the interaction of people and art through expressions of community values, history and joy through Public Art. My experience as an architect allows me to work easily with design teams and contractors. I use professional artisans for fabrication. They are selected for each project based upon the unique skills required to insure a highly professional finished product. I am a Sole Proprietor with professional, auto, product and completed operations liability insurance.
CONTACT8726 Maravilla Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46815
- Public Art
- Castle Gallery
BIOGRAPHYRESUME: George Morrison Art & Design established in 2009 Founded Morrison Kattman Menze, Inc., Architecture, Planning, Interior Design in1981. Retired from architecture in 2008 Vietnam Era Veteran serving in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1972-74 Bachelor of Architecture; Ball State University, 1972 Life-long Indiana resident PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS and AWARDS:
- Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Plaza; winner (with Will Clark, bronze artist) of a statewide design competition by the Indiana Arts Commission for the design and construction of a $300,000 memorial celebrating Lincoln’s years as a youth in Indiana. Located at the Lincoln State Park, Spencer County, Indiana
- Array; Stoneware wall sculpture located at the Northeast Indiana Innovation Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- Dedication Mural; Located at the Steuben County Public Library, Angola, Indiana
- Waves of Healing; Ceramic mural located at the Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- Flights of Friendship; Weaving Cultures; Sculpture commissioned by Fort Wayne Sister Cities International to commemorate Fort Wayne’s Sister Cities. Budget: $27,000 Located in the Atrium of the Fort Wayne International Airport, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- Loco-Motion; Ceramic wall sculpture, TGS Corp., Houston, Texas
- Echelon; Suspended sculpture, Indiana Tech Academic Center Rotunda, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Budget: $10,000
- Sculpture with Purpose; Four outdoor sculptures for Indiana/Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Budget: $2000 to $5,000 each.
- “At the Rising of the Sun”; Interior wall art at the Community Grief Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Budget: $5000
- “InGuard”; Art installation for a corporate headquarters, Wabash, Indiana. Budget: $5000
- “City”; Public Art Sculpture at the Superior Circle roundabout commissioned by the City of Fort Wayne. Budget: $125,000