Anita Morris creates abstract art about emotions, historical events, Neo-pagan themes, and the occasional piece on social justice. She currently works in acrylic paints and textile art. She has previously worked in oil pastels. Her earliest influence was her grandma, Glenys Beissel who is a Master of the modern Sogetsu school of Ikebana.
Anita Morris is a disabled artist. This includes suffering fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, generalised anxiety disorder and depression. Her art helps her cope with her chronic illnesses because it is productive, and results in tangible objects.