Maggi Morris

Well known for wildlife sculpture in stone and wood, my portfolio now includes fine hand painted furniture and pastel portraits.

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Member of Trail Networks:
Rappahannock County Artisan Trail (site #35)

Professional Distinction: Commission/Custom Work, Consignment/Retail, Demonstrations, Exhibition, Instruction, Public Art/Installations

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Maggi Morris, a native of Virginia, has been working in the sculptural media since early childhood. An accomplished equestrienne and horse breeder, the fluid movement of animals are the basis for the majority of her works. Widely traveled Maggi has studied classic and current trends in Malaysia, Singapore, Britain, Egypt and Brazil. Among her instructors have been Anton Benson, Kathrine Hobbs and Retha Gambaro, a master sculptor with whom she served an apprenticeship. Maggi’s sculptures have been shown at the Smithsonian Institution, the Atheneum Museum, Via Gambaro Gallery and Vienna Art Society where she was Best in Show. She has had one person shows at the National Wildlife Federation, Veerhoff gallery and was chosen as the exhibiting Artist at the opening ceremonies at The National Visitors Center. Maggi’s work can currently be viewed at Schoolhouse Antiques in Sperryville, Virginia, an Artisan Trail site where she creates and exhibits her work.


maggi morris



12625 Lee Hwy
Washington, VA 22747

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