Margaret Morrison

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Best known for her detailed still-life and surreal figurative paintings, Morrison’s figurative imagery is expertly lit to invoke a foreshadowing element to the composition. Developing her still-life palette from a more muted tone to the brilliant colors seen today, Morrison’s super real, larger-than-life paintings of food, for example, are good enough to taste! She is also a tenured Professor of drawing and painting at The University of Georgia and has been recently teaching in Italy a few months each year.

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Selected Press

  1. “I’ll have What She’s Having”, Priya Krishna, T Magazine, New York Times with illustration, page 87, November 13, 2019
  2. “Margaret Morrison Baby Boomer Lunch Box Series,” Wallstreet International Art, February 2019
  3. “Five Questions with Margaret Morrison,” AGAVE Magazine + Press, August 2016.
  4. Angie Kordic, “Painting the Luster – Margaret Morrison in an Interview,” Wide Walls, August 2016.
  5. Smithsonian Magazine Online: Food and Think, Lisa Bramen, “Eye Candy at a Sweet Art Exhibition,” April 3, 2009.