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 Morgan & Eric Grasham are artists living in Dallas, Tx. 

Morgan Grasham

Morgan Grasham is an interdisciplinary artist and fabricator whose work is informed by her years of experience practicing taxidermy across Texas. Since receiving her MFA in 2020, Grasham has been an Adjunct Professor of Sculpture at University of North Texas. She was Artist-in-residence at Cobb Mountain Art & Ecology Project in northern California, as well as at the Chicken Farm Art Center in San Angelo, Texas, for four years. Grasham spoke on animals in art at Experts Talk on the Carter: The Art of the Wild at the Amon Carter Museum for American Art. Grasham works at the intersections of science fiction, ecology, queer theory, and posthumanism.

Eric Grasham

Eric Grasham’s work is informed by his study of ornamental designs across history and cultures, and how those designs idealize nature. Eric Grasham graduated from Abilene Christian University with a BFA in Studio Art in 2011 and went to work for Bridget Hauser at Sunset Canyon Pottery for three years as a production potter as well as a teacher for beginner wheel throwing and glazing. In 2013, Grasham was awarded a position as Artist-in-Residence at the Chicken Farm Art Center in San Angelo, Texas. He spent 3 years creating wheel-thrown vessels for Roger Allen and the Starkeeper Gallery while teaching workshops and developing his own work. He has taught workshops in clay piping, hand building, and coloring clay at multiple institutions such as Tarrant County Community College, Wylie Art Gallery, and Rockwall Makerspace. His collaborative series with Morgan Grasham was included in West of Eden: A Cabinet of Curiosities at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ Gallery Verde in 2016, and in 2018 their piece The Stilling Engine won Fourth Place at the San Angelo National Ceramic Competition. He has also created a site-specific work titled, “Help Yourself” for the Neill-Cochran House Museum, Austin, Tx. In 2020, Grasham was selected for the Texas Juried Exhibition at Artspace 111 by Kristen Gaylord, and won Work of Distinction for the piece Bearing Service at the San Angelo National Ceramics Competition. He lives in Denton, TX and is currently a candidate for the Master of Fine Art program at the University of North Texas with an anticipated graduation date of 2023.