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HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office. My Life As An Artist
TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing.
HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office.
Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing. • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office. Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing. • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office. • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing.
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HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office. Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing. • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
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My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office.
• Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors.
HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
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HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office. Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing. • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
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HELLO FRIENDS Welcome to my Art Studio
My Life As An Artist My life as an artist goes back many years. When I was just a boy I knew I had a God given gift of creativity. My father was a musician and singer and also had an undeveloped gift of visual art. My mother loved music and dance and had a flare for art in many ways. so much of my creative gifts were genetic and culturally instilled. I was also endowed with a very competitive nature which seemed to drive me to want to be the best I could be in whatever I was pursuing, especially in my creative ventures. So with this almost lop-sided right brain I began as a youth to discover all I could about visual arts. I read books and articles on how to become a great artist. I learned at an early age in a somewhat intuitive way about composition and negative space and the fundamentals of light and shadows. I studied the works of the great artist such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Wm Bouguereau. It opened my eyes to the world of these great Masters of technique, style and design. The basics of drawing, layout and color were hidden in these studies. With this limited knowledge and passion I began to draw horses, people, trucks, cars and motorcycles. I saw that perspective and hues were also part of bringing dynamics to my work and that there was a lot more to becoming a great artist than just pencil lines on paper. I started exploring color as a young teenage kid. I remember having a bicycle that I must have painted at least twenty times with different colors and designs. One of my early mentors was a local sign painter in our little town. I would ride my bike down town to watch him work on windows and various signs. He was also a very good muralist. He didn’t know until many years later that I was even watching him work and how he influenced my art career. During my twenties and a few years after my college days my wife and I began raising a family. I opened a sign business and was also pursuing a music career at the time and traveled extensively throughout the United States singing and also recording in Nashville. It became more difficult to justify being on the road for long periods of time so I curtailed my music career so I could spend more time with my family. This new change gave me more time to now pursue my visual art. I still divide my time with my music and art careers, two passions always battling for equal space. Are children grew up with great careers and wonderful families. Now it was time to show the world the art that I had been creating all these years. For about fifteen years we did juried art shows throughout the US. I had won my share of awards during this time which opened the opportunity to show my works in various galleries. Today most of my work is done in my home studio. On occasion I will do on location murals on walls and vehicles. My main medium is oil on canvas or board . I also do watercolors and pencil sketches. The vehicle art I produce is usually done with the use of airbrush. My canvas paintings consist of a variety of subject matter which include landscapes, waterscapes, wildlife, portraits and people, still life, architectural renderings and inspirational art. My most recent project was compiling fifty of my watercolor paintings of the old Victorian homes in our area into a coffee table book. Along with photos of the homes is a brief history of each home. In the near future I have plans to do more on location Plein air paintings. I do my share of commissioned paintings which is an exciting part of my art career. I never know what lies ahead but always look forward to new challenges. Maybe that next canvas will be for your home or office. Offering Original Paintings, Illustrations, Art Prints, Commissioned Art, and Custom Framing. • Lynn Morgan art images are produced on the finest archival materials made today. When you purchase a Lynn Morgan original or art print you can be confident it will last for years of enjoyment. Giclée art prints are produced on 100% archival paper or canvas using archival inks that will last 80 years plus. • Lithograph art prints are produced on archival papers using metal plates for each separate color that produces the color spectrum and final image on the paper or canvas. • Original oil paintings are produced on various types of canvas and board using the finest oil paints. • Original water colors are produced on 100% cotton rag using the finest watercolors. TESTIMONIES AND REVIEWS Lynn, "Thank you for the beautifully inspirational picture of "The Miracles"! I saw a copy at PRJ and was just taken back by it. God uses you in a wonderful and versatile way, it would be a blessing for the listeners to get an "up-date" on you and your ministry." Fred, Rock Alive Ministries, Delaware Lynn, "Received my copy of 'This Old House' a few days ago. So far I've been through it a couple of times. What a talent and gift He has given you. The illustrations are beautiful and the short history of the occupants of the homes brought back many names and memories long forgotten. I just wanted to say 'thank you' and for thinking of me with this beautiful creation of yours. Gary Lynn, I enjoyed so very much your CD 'Tender Heart' and the print of "The Harvest Fields." They are just great! Stu Weber, Good Shepherd Community Church, Boring, OR Dear Lynn "How absolutely beautiful the painting of our home on the golf course is. We are thinking about placing it above the fireplace mantle." Keitha Dear Lynn, "Thank you for the painting of our cherished old home. We will be displaying in a prominent place in our new home." Elizabeth and Joe Dear Lynn, "I want to express my gratitude and appreciation for the beautiful paintings you have done for us this year. I am awed by the beauty, the color, and the exact likeness of our horses. I have recommended you many times over and will continue to do so." Florence Lynn, "Thank you for the framed print of "The Harvest Fields." It is hanging in the lobby of our new church. It will be a blessing to all who see it." Pastor Gene, Maranatha Baptist Church, Mouth Pleasant, MI Dear Mr. Morgan, "My new framed print of "Good News, Good Music" will find a most appropriate spot here at EIB. Please send my thanks to Mark Dennis for this beautiful gift. My best wishes. " Rush Limbaugh Dear Lynn, "Thank you for giving of your time, talent and ideas to our children. They loved your music and art." Gladwin Schools
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