Guess what came down my chimney and crawled up the fire screen into my art studio last night? My first Praying Mantis sighting since childhood. You know me, I take this timely synchronicity seriously as a sign I am on the right path physically, mentally, spiritually, and creatively. For more on the significance of Praying Mantis […]
I went to the Weatherspoon Museum Friday to see The Kindness of Friends Gifts in Honor of the 75th Anniversary exhibition. It was thrilling to see three pieces of art from our collection hanging in the gallery prominently displayed at the entrance to the exhibit. The two shown here are by Canadian artist Simon Hughes. Scott Morgan was most interested […]
Scott Morgan always had many friends –some in high places– and often it seemed his own head was waaaay up in the clouds (where dreamers and creators like to hang). Among the friends he loved was artist Donald Lipski. You may not be immediately familiar with Donald’s name but chances are you’ve seen his work in large scale public […]
Chemo 2 © scott morgan fine art 2009 When Scott had cancer the first time in 2009, it was Stage II and his decision was to undergo chemotherapy treatment. These digital photographic collages were created by Scott within the 9.5 months he endured the harsh chemo drug therapy. In Chemo 2, Scott’s self […]
I think Scott was on to something. Something that David Bowie also discovered when he found out he was terminally ill with cancer. . .
…The lines were around the block 6 people deep at the ticket booth for Madison Square Garden. David Bowie’s Scary Monsters Tour July 1983…
…I can see your love…