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Angela Morgan



Angela Morgan (nee Harlton) lives and works in Fernie, British Columbia. She completed her Bachelor in Fine Arts degree in April of 2000, ending a stretch of university education that included Bismarck State College in North Dakota, Concordia University in Montreal, University of Regina and the University of Calgary. read more


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Angela  Morgan Study_ away ice
Study: away ice
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 in
1,610 Framed
Angela  Morgan I bet they taste like peppermint
I bet they taste like peppermint
Oil on canvas
10 x 10 in
975 Framed
Angela  Morgan I must remember this
I must remember this
Oil on canvas
36 x 24 in
2,845 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: fortified
Oil on canvas
24 x 8 in
1,125 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: local knowledge
Oil on canvas
14 x 14 in
1,090 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: mission
Oil on canvas
20 x 10 in
1,110 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: new recruits
Oil on canvas
10 x 30 in
1,515 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: stockpile
Oil on canvas
12 x 12 in
1,060 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: the domino effect
Oil on canvas
24 x 12 in
1,460 Framed
Angela  Morgan
Study: winter express
Oil on canvas
8 x 10 in
825 Framed
Angela  Morgan Sunday bee
Sunday bee
Oil on canvas
30 x 48 in
4,780 Framed
Angela  Morgan
all aboard
Oil on canvas
24 x 36 in
2,845 Framed
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Angela  Morgan

Angela Morgan

Angela Morgan Biography


Angela Morgan (nee Harlton) lives and works in Fernie, British Columbia. She completed her Bachelor in Fine Arts degree in April of 2000, ending a stretch of university education that included Bismarck State College in North Dakota, Concordia University in Montreal, University of Regina and the University of Calgary.

Angela’s work celebrates humanity through the use of colour, pattern and line. Her human figures express the poses of life, the jubilation of dance, the contemplation of parenthood and the melancholy of summer’s end. Colours fuse and meld to achieve gesture, transforming abstract images into living moments.

Selected Media
- Press -
Arabella Magazine, Spring 2013
“Green is the Colour: The Art of Rider Pride,” Leader-Post, June 14, 2010

Selected Public Collections
Bismarck State College, North Dakota
University of Calgary
Glenbow Museum
Alberta Foundation of the Arts
West Shore Child, Youth and Family Centre, Victoria, BC
Alberta Children's Hospital

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