Mixed Media on layered painted resin on wooden panel.
This was a 100+ year old window from a house at Queen and Bathurst in downtown Toronto that had been demolished and turned into condos recently. I transformed the old window into a clock for SWATCH that was first exhibited at the Artist Project. The theme was to create something on the concept of “Time Flies” I’m certain this window saw a lot in its 100+ years. I wanted to give it a new lease on life so it can be enjoyed by people as art for years to come. The viewers can look outside into the world of Raining Cows and use their own imagination of what they see. Time does fly. Make it count.
Morgan Sheardown was born and raised in downtown Toronto. He graduated from OCAD University with a degree in Graphic Design.
Besides his love for design, Morgan also has an extensive background in illustration and painting, which he incorporates into his work. Morgan has just completed his first feature length screenplay, “Never Alone” and is currently represented by one of the top agencies in Hollywood, California. His screenplay has placed in the top submissions in several competitions in Hollywood. Morgan enjoys being creative in all different mediums. Morgan works out of his studio in downtown Toronto.
Morgan's body of work entitled "RAINING COWS" expresses the inspiration he gets from rain, colour and his love of cows, colours and shapes. The cows are graphic, however, one can actually see the layers and splashes of rain creating a 3D like floating effect. The colours, clouds, rain and the graphic application all come together to create calm and a feeling of happiness. In these stressful and turbulent times, Morgan wants “Raining Cows” to make people happy and to make them smile.
Morgan launched his Raining Cows “Walking Art” jacket collection on the runway of Fashion Art Toronto during Fashion week. It was where art, fabric and imagination come together. Morgan exhibited a solo show called, “The Land of Raining Cows”, presented by Steam Whistle. Morgan and his brain sculpture “Blue Sun”, participated in the Baycrest TELUS Health Brain Project which was exhibited around Toronto. Morgan was also a part of the official TIFF gallery during the Toronto Film Festival. Seven of Morgan’s “Raining Cows” were featured on Samsung phone cases at the Artist’s Spotlight in the new Samsung Experience Store, Eaton Centre. The world of art is changing, therefore Morgan has released a collection of Raining Cows NFT’s on various market places.
Morgan and his Raining Cows have been featured in The Toronto Star, The Toronto Sun, Global News, The National Post, The Globe and Mail, The Montreal Gazette, BlogTO and Narcity Canada. He has also partnered with Samsung, BlogTO, TELUS and Steam Whistle. Morgan's work can be found in collections across Canada and internationally.
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