What does biomorphic mean in art?

Biomorphic forms or images are ones that while abstract nevertheless refer to, or evoke, living forms such as plants and the human body. Jean Arp (Hans Arp) Sculpture to be Lost in the Forest (1932, cast c.1953–8)

What is the meaning of a biomorphic?

the forms of living organisms

Definition of biomorphic
: resembling or suggesting the forms of living organisms biomorphic sculptures biomorphic images.

Who invented Biomorphism?

Geoffrey Grigson

Biomorphism is a term coined by Geoffrey Grigson in 1935. He used the word to refer to art, which, however modern, used shapes reminiscent of nature and living organisms.