A new generation of painters experimenting with and excelling at photo-realism
By Patricia Hallam on April 13th 2016
Part of a new generation of painters who have experimented and excelled at photo-realism and hyper-realism, Jenny Morgan paints her muses in a photo-like style, but injects each piece with a surreal edge, painting figurative nudes in simple but alluring poses and using considered colour pallets that contrast with everyday reality.
With a masterful-like command of linear perspective, Morgan expertly uses the interplay of colour, light and shadow to create paintings that look alive and that follow you about the room, watching you through these portholes for eyes, as though from another universe.
With her first solo exhibition in London at BEERS gallery (25 March - 23 April 2016) and a steady and strong online presence, it would be easy to see and appreciate Morgan's style in both virtual and physical forms - and become obsessed by it.
Check out her website here.