In the notes, Morris calls into question statues and paintings that are meant to represent Christ. Morris writes concerning Exodus 20:4, "This commandment surely renders the common use of statues and paintings of angels, and even more so of the Lord Jesus, in churches, schools, and homes to be very questionable, if not clearly forbidden." Further, on Exodus 24:10 he writes, "No man has seen God in His triune essence at any time (John 1:18). Thus no man can–or should ever attempt–to make an image of the Godhead." Similarly, he writes on Acts 17:29, "In this verse, we are told that God can never be represented by an image or model which man can make, either with his hands or his mind." I hope you read Morris's notes, because they are insightful, and I encourage you to test and prove what he says in the light of Scripture.
Below are links to some of Morris's notes: