My Story


Ten Morrow’s creative practice mines the spaces of design, ceramics, jewelry making, painting, collage and tapestries to connect to, and draw inspiration from, her past ancestors and ever-growing, contemporary community. The folkloric histories and symbolism found in her Filipino and Scottish heritage combined with her own lexicon of symbols, forms and materials result in work that weaves the past and present to form a new, expansive space centered around communal healing and connection.

Morrow’s work relies on a direct engagement with the body — whether its her silk gowns that wrap the body like a sculptural object, her rings that embellish fingers and bare the traces of her own fingerprints in their castings, or her ceramic bowls and bells that one can hold in their hands, all of her objects contain their own stories and insist on being seen, worn, touched, and shared.