Morgan Samuel Price is an internationally known plein-air artist and painting teacher. Morgan truly loves to paint and she is in her element painting out of doors in nature. Morgan feels that through her painting, she seeks to convey that passion to the viewer, imparting the purity of spring, the sultry lushness of summer, the crisp brilliance of fall and the chilly solitudes of winter. With each painting, Morgan likes to constantly challenge herself, confronting new and bolder horizons.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Morgan grew up in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. From an early age, she developed a profound respect for nature. Her career was, and still is, nurtured and fully encouraged by her inspirational mother, Sheila, who has always been her biggest ally. As a child, Sunday drives through the countryside introduced Morgan to nature. Her fervor for art was also fueled by frequent outings to the Cleveland Art Museum.
After graduating from the prestigious Ringling School of Art in Sarasota Florida, Morgan began her professional art career at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, Missouri. This was followed by work as Creative Director in a publishing firm, followed by an independent endeavor in architectural rendering.
In 1972 Morgan reached a turning point and successfully began her career as a fine artist. By 1979, she was conducting painting workshops around the country and in Europe. She has studied with such prominent artists as Loren Wilford, and Robert Carl Cogar and has exhibited in juried art shows in New York City.
Morgan Samuel Price is a truly successful and renown artist. She has developed a wonderful style of instruction with a straight forward, methodical presentation that is easily understood by all levels of artists, from beginner to advanced.