Jilly Morris' practice is concerned with marks that tell a story in the landscape, or moments that retain a physical presence in the human condition; a mapping of memories or moments. Jilly is primarily interested in creating work that is response led to a place, or process driven and researched.

Her work spans different disciplines, including, drawing, installation, and sculptural interpretation. Her artwork is often considered to reside in the 'grey area' between fine art and making; fusing traditional techniques such as stitch into contemporary artworks.

Her current work is rooted in drawing and mark-making, particularly with tools or objects not normally associated with the drawn process. She addresses a different aspect of the physicality and gesture of a tool by exploring its inherent qualities through mark-making.