Guto Morgan lives and works in Ystrad Meurig, Wales. His work examines and reassembles seemingly empty spaces to create paintings wherein the unnoticed and bypassed elements of architecture and interior space such as humble corners, off-cuts of the periphery (walls, sills, alcoves, and ceilings), are considered and observed together with intimate aspects and remnants of places and passing time.
Morgan considers ways in which disparate dimensions can coexist on the canvas. The paintings function almost like mirrors but to uncanny spaces that entice the viewer to reflect upon their position and the process of seeing.
The work is an investigation into the action of looking through painting and the way we perceive and experience our multifaceted and intricate environments.