With more than thirty-five years of creative experiences, Anthony "Big Mo" Morley began painting from the age of Nine years. Morley or Big Mo as he is referred to, works in a variety of mediums; pencil and charcoal, acrylic and oil, film and digital, clay, paper, wire cardboard and Styrofoam. Skilled with his hands, Morley's talents were discovered by his primary school art teacher, Mr. Springer and further developed under Mr. Charles Farrow and Dave Pickersgill, as he passed through secondary and high schools.
As a teenager, Morley developed an interest in photography and worked at the local camera studio - Ernie's Studio - on the Island of Grand Bahama, where he was raised. Later he became his school's yearbook photographer and lab technician (Freeport High) and produced highly graphic images for the school.
During Morley's senior year, he participated in and won top honors in the Ministry of Education National Arts and Crafts Festival in three endeavors, namely: Painting, Drawing and Photography. Morley graduated with an A level in Art.
From portrait and landscape paintings to academics, Morley has functioned as an artist, designer, photographer, publisher, painter, talk show host and Junkanoo technician absorbing many creative and artistic influences.
Morley has participated in several art shows and exhibitions at home and abroad winning many awards. Lots of his oil paintings grace the walls of homes and offices locally and internationally. He is fascinated by Junkanoo and loves painting portraits...
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