Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 1976, BFA
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Janet Morgan’s expressive paintings capture movement, sound and a visceral response to the earth and her inhabitants. She has been artist-in-residence (three times) in Death Valley National Park, Weir Farm National History Site in Connecticut, and the Omega Institute in New York. She worked for 18 years as an Expressive Arts Therapist at Sloan Kettering with adult cancer patients. She has exhibited at Microcosm Gallery in New York City, the Tabla Rasa Gallery and the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in Brooklyn, on stage at Omega’s Women and Power Conference and in the Kostume Kult Theme Camp at the Burning Man Festival. She has studied and painted images of Belly Dance (www.bellydanceart.com) for over a decade. She has created her own pantheon of Gods and Goddesses - 165 large watercolors, and has painted landscapes inspired by Bolivia, Kyrgyzstan, the American southwest, west and east and now Antarctica. www.janetmorgan.net
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