Morli Wilcox is a contemporary abstract painter whose works are inspired by molecular and organic formations. She has a metaphysical and psychokinetic connection to the life force, which is evident in her bold, layered shapes, movements, and patterns. Morli’s work is a micro-organic explosion of expression that is structurally intuitive in capacity.
Morli discovered her passion for abstract expressionism and coined the term “chaos theory expressionism.” She believes that abstract work is the only way to let oneself completely go and that the rules create themselves as the piece develops. Her work has been compared to that of Jackson Pollock, and she admits that she shares a similar mathematical process of application with him.
Morli draws inspiration from a variety of artists, including Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Cindy Sherman, not necessarily for their styles, but for their perspectives. She has gained recognition for her unique style and has exhibited her work in galleries throughout the United States.
Morli’s work continues to evolve, and she is constantly exploring new ways to express herself through abstract art. Her work is a reflection of her innermost thoughts and emotions, and she hopes that it resonates with viewers on a deeper level.