Select Reviews: 

Art Talks: Wundrian, by Krystle Brewer and Many Kathryn Moeller, Art Talks, April 2015

​Momentum Spotlight 2011, by Sasha Spielman, Art Focus Magazine, March 2011

Artist Close-Up, JP Morrison, by Jennifer Hoppa, Tulsa People Magazine, March 2010

JP Morrison at The Pearl Gallery, by Janice McCormick, O.V.A.C. Blog, August 2009

Select Publications:

​Ekphrasis, Art & Poetry, Art Focus Magazine January 2015

Imaginary Oklahoma, This Land Press, August 2011

Video Experiences: 

​Wundrian, Produced by Honey Sweet Productions, March 2015

​Goddess Androgyny, by Annie Ellicott, Produced by Unknown Tone Records, April 2015

​Mono-No-Aware, Spotlight Artist Installation, February 2011


JP Morrison Lans works primarily with colored pencil to create realistic yet somewhat altered figurative portraits. She is also an experimental installation artist, who fiddles with imagery of houses, forts, and fantasy spaces to create playful realms.

​Morrison Lans lives between Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Brisbane, Australia. She is a life-long homeschooler who graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute, in 2007. She exhibits with several galleries in the Oklahoma region, as well as showings in Los Angeles, St. Petersburg, Florida, New York City, NY., and Queensland, Australia. 

Morrison Lans has been a featured artist in the publications Colored Pencil Magazine, This Land Press, and Art Focus Magazine. JP is also an instructor and demonstrator with Philbrook Museum of Art, Living Arts Center, Oklahoma Contemporary Art Center, Mid-del Art Guild and the Colored Pencil Society of America.