Angela

Litchfield

Morgan

Angela Litchfield Morgan grew up in Bournemouth, England, a lovely coastal town in the south of England much favored by Victorian royalty; a town that offered early exposure to many well-rounded museums and art galleries. After meeting  her future husband in Washington, DC., she had the opportunity to live as a military wife in many areas of the United States and around the world, an opportunity for which she will be forever grateful. She now resides with her  husband in the picturesque town of Fairhope, Alabama.

 

She studied art at the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia; has taken classes at the Smithsonian, and has studied under Camille Przewodek, Dreama Tolle Perry, Robert Noreika, and John R. Young (deceased), who was a registered, certified copyist at the National Gallery of Art.

 

Residing in Lower Alabama, Angela finds a great deal of inspiration in the topography of the land, the beaches, and the people.  A walk along the beach reveals the beauty and essence of the everyday: the happiness of the beach vacationer; the connection of the sailor with the sea.  Whether painting a landscape, a still life or a portrait, she approaches her canvases and panels with a contemporary eye and tradional  technique.

 

“It makes me immensely happy to know that my paintings may hang in a home for years, and perhaps then be passed on to the next generation; paintings that resurrect happy memories, bring comfort, strike a chord.”

 

Her most recent awards are Merit Award at the Fall Show, 2017, at the Daphne Art Center, in Alabama, and the George Dubina Memorial Award for People’s Choice, 2018, at the Cathedral Square Gallery, Mobile, Alabama.

 

Her paintings can be found at the Eastern Shore Art Center, 401 Oak Ave, Fairhope, Alabama, and the Orange Beach Coastal Art Center,26389 Canal Rd, Orange Beach, Alabama.

 

Her website address is: https://angelasfineart.com

Her e-mail address is:  angelainpointclear@att.net

   “I am independent.  I can live, and I love to work at art.”   Mary Cassatt