Anyone who follows GMG knows how much we love our friends at Cape Ann Giclee, James and Anna Eves. Not only do they do amazing work, but they are incredibly kind and generous.
So, how happy was I to see that one of my favorite peeps in the world now has reproductions of her gorgeous paintings available at Cape Ann Giclee. One of the coolest things about Paula Morgan? Well, she’s actually Mrs. Morgan. As in West Parrish’s very own art teacher. How great for your child to own a piece of their teacher’s amazing artwork. However, even if you don’t have a child in one of Paula’s classes, you’d be lucky to have one of these pieces in your home.
Check out Paula Morgan’s work here! Hopefully more coming soon!
Here is a screen shot of the two paintings that are available now. Obviously check out other work while visiting the site…including GMG’s, Joey Ciaramitaro. Be sure to visit the link above to see these close up…as this photo absolutely does not do them justice. So much vibrant color and detail!
Coffins Beach by Paula Morgan
By Cranes Beach by Paula Morgan
Nichole Schrafft writes-
Nice bumping into you at the rink last Sunday. Any chance you could post this? Paula Morgan is one of my very best friends and I’m incredibly proud of her….plus a big fan of her work. Paula also happens to be the Elementary art teacher at West Parrish School in Gloucester. She has her own blog and wrote the following post on it the other day. I thought it would be nice to share it with the community…especially since she teaches a number of their children! Thanks!
“On January 4th I will be placing some recent work on display at the Sawyer Free Library gallery in the lobby. I haven’t displayed my work in a public place in sixteen years! Sixteen years ago, I was 22 years old. So, what has changed in 16 years? I’ve had a couple of career changes, I’ve carved different paths, I moved 6 times, I experienced some significant relationship shifts, I got my Master’s degree in teaching, I got married, I had two children, and in some ways, I like to think I have accomplished a lot, and maybe even grown up a little.Sometimes taking long breaks from painting, but always feeling the itch, never fully abandoning it- I’ve continued to work in spurts, and bursts trying to keep the brushes wet and the artist spirt active.”
January 4th, 2013 Subjects in Color at The Sawyer Free Library