Mila Morton is a member of the Hong Kong based Group of Chinese Calligraphers: The Legacy of Ink. Living and working in Hong Kong, it took three years for Mila to be accepted into the groups much respected inner circle.
Mila Morton grew up in Russia on the edge of the Eurasian steppe. The open sky and long flat horizon lines of the dessert played an important role in her artistic development.
At art school in Moscow and living in Asia, Mila studied cave paintings, icons, the Russian realist painters and the Asian landscape tradition. She recognises their influence on her work:
"My work is another manifestation of their truth: that representation is always multi-layered, incomplete but in its own way having meaning. At the same time, I love the physicality of technique, from mosaic to painting to film and the new world of electronic images, I am always exploring new methods to address the age-old questions of art and of life as expressed by art."
Mila is also including, Spring, Reeds on a Lake, in the auction.
Mila Morton is a member of the Hong Kong based Group of Chinese Calligraphers: The Legacy of Ink. She has an MA in Fine Art from the Faculty of Painting, Surikov Academic Institute of Art in Moscow. She also has a Performance Art degree from the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, and further degrees from Mosfilm and the Moscow Academical University of Art.
Since 2005, Mila has had two solo exhibitions and been involved in numbers group exhibitions in the UK, USA, Hong Kong and Russia. This have included the LA Art Show (2019), All Too Human, Boston ( 2018), PAD, London (2018), and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2017). Mila is represented by the Michael Goedhuis Gallery.