Edward J. Morét

   "I know that within the depths of my soul the light of creativity prevails and orchestrates a symphony to the rhythm of our hearts."

   Born in the West Indies in 1950, my love for the ocean and nature became an integral part of my life. At an early age I felt compelled to paint and capture the plethora of beauty and harmony the Earth offered. The Earth became my living canvas where the spark of inspiration grew and the physical manifestation of creativity flourished.

   My paintings are richly textured, brightly colored, and extremely detailed. Although the scenes I paint contain varying degrees of surrealistic elements, they are entirely convincing because of my dedication to portraying animals, plants, and landscape with an almost photorealistic level of detail. I want my compositions to transcend the boundaries of time and space so the strength of light becomes the central theme of landscape.

   My strong interest in world travel and my love for the environment compelled me to paint the story of climate change and its direct impact on our civilization. My artwork centers on environmental themes such as global warming and endangered species. My travels to Peru, Iceland, India, Nepal and to the Amazon jungle have granted me a firsthand look at the melting glaciers and deforestation, which has served to underscore the importance of my work.

   My art has recently received international recognition, which includes receiving an Art Award for being selected as one of the Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art for 2017 in Florence, Italy. I was also recognized and nominated for the Global Art Awards in Dubai and received an Award for "Messenger of Peace" from Art Tour International Magazine. Along with international shows, I've been shown at the Museum of Art and Design in NYC, the Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art in Las Vegas and in the Chelsea International Fine Art Show in New York City. I am featured in the "International Contemporary Masters" and "Contemporary Art of Excellence" art books along with the award-winning Art Tour International Magazine in 2017. In 1986, I received an Honorary Doctors of Humanities Degree for my contribution to global concerns.

   My hope is for my artwork to touch the hearts and souls of many throughout the world, helping people to see the rapid changes the Earth is undergoing and learn to care for our home as I do. In this life I am thankful for this opportunity to grow with my art and explore the endless possibilities of self-expression.

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Edward J. Morét
P.O. Box 1337
Northampton, MA 01061



Online Art by Morét

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ATIM TV Show
Interview with Ed Morét
Season 1—Episode 3

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Featured Artist for 2011
Ed Morét at endangeredplanet.net

Ed Morét's Art is featured in:
"International Contemporary Masters"
Vol. VI book for 2012.
worldwideartbooks.com

Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art
September 21, 2013
Las Vegas, Nevada

Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
Agora Gallery
August 16, 2013
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY

Agora Gallery
March 4, 2014
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY

Ed Morét's Art is featured in:
"Contemporary Art of Excellence"
Vol. II Hard-cover 2016
Global Art Agency from London, England
Available Internationally

 


Show Update:

Museum of Arts and Design
April 27, 2018
New York City

Morét was selected as one of the
"Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art"
for 2017 and 2018. The Award Ceremony and Collective Exhibition will be held at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC on April 27, 2018. This 6th Annual Masters Awards is produced by the award-winning Art Tour International Magazine.

Elusie Gallery
April 14–May 5, 2018
Solo Show on Climate Change
Easthampton, MA

ART BASEL MIAMI
Artavita Gallery
November 30, 2016
Miami, Florida

 

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Special Documentary Film "Kintsugi—The Line of Destiny"
 

Contributing artist Ed Morét will be featured in this incredible film entitled "Kintsugi— The Line of Destiny." A 
stunning documentary that offers a perspective of the future of the Earth. Narrated by Viviana Puello, the movie provides incredible images of our planet with vivid works of art incorporated into the film with amazing visual effects. This special documentary explores the effects of climate change and its direct impact on our civilization. The red-carpet premier for this extraordinary movie will be aired December 1st 2017 in NYC, then internationally. This thought-provoking film is directed by Alan Grimandi and Viviana Puello of Art Tour International Magazine.


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Gallery

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polar bear on ice
Climate Change
earth with dead tree
Lungs of the Earth
imagine
Imagine

group of gorillaas
Share the Earth
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Global Warming
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Time for peace painting
Time for Peace

Ivory
Ivory
Ascention
Ascension
Innocence painting
Innocence


Memory of Hope

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man hattan
Man Hattan

Bengal's Inner Peace
once upon a time
Once Upon A Time
oil painting by Morét
Children of the Earth

Waterworld

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oil painting
Earth Change
looking
Looking for America

tiger
Field of Dreams
new world painting
The New World
painting
Pollution

Home
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Machu Picchu

contemplation
Contemplation
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Sphinx

This Island Earth

Cosmic Journey
Buddha statue underwater
Land of the Rising Sun
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madonna painting
Madonna
oil painting—the second coming
Second Coming
oil painting
America
Oil painting of comet
2029
oil painting of arctic
Arctic Light

Emperor's Kingdom

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Eternal quest painting
Eternal Quest
painting called "Reverence"
Reverence

oil painting of WTC
Ground Zero
oil paintin
Spirit of Freedom

Peace on Earth

Hope

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symphony of cosmos painting
Symphony of the Cosmos

gorilla holding baby holding earth
Cradle

sacred flight
Sacred Flight

Ibis painting
Nurture
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The Living Earth


Sacrifice
Sacrifice

alpha painting
Alpha

never forget
Never Forget
omega painting
Omega
earth day
Earth Day
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Photos:
Stephen Petegorsky
www.spphoto.com


All art © Edward J. Morét 2017

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