The Saugerties Public Library is presenting Grey Ivor Morris “Artists & Writers: Portraits in Pencil” from January 2 through February 28. Faces as diverse as Bob Dylan, Jean-Michel Basquiat, William Burroughs and James Baldwin will be represented in this show.

Grey is a member of the Saugerties Artist Studio Tour and has been active as an artist (and curator) in the Hudson Valley art scene for the past 14 years, showing at venues in Saugerties, Woodstock, Kingston and Catskill. His street art has been featured for the past few summers in the village of Saugerties. He works in mosaics, acrylics, photography and his medium of choice for portraits-colored pencil.

While he has always pursued fine art, his commercial Web/print design career has spanned decades. Clients include: American Express, Chase, ClearChannel Entertainment, Fortune, Smart Money, Showtime, People Mag­azine, CBS, Disney, Lowes, Home Depot, DKNY, as well as local organizations Ulster Publishing, Aaron Rezny Photography, Catskill Interpretive Center, Business Alliance of Kingston, GoodLife Youth Journal, MountainView Studio and The Solar Energy Consortium,

Grey is the subject of a short film by Stephen Blauweiss that was shown on the local PBS station WMHT and can be viewed at:

His Website – – contains his most recent work as well as links to his Instagram and Facebook pages.