Robert Morgan creates large scale paintings of structures, both ancient and modern. His stark architectural works crisply juxtapose pastel and bold colors with frames of deep, black shadows. Morgan says he attempts “to create an eerie, disquieting transcendence, drawing the viewer into an inner world of emotional and sensual conflict.” The effect is dramatic, due to Morgan’s use of scale, multiple visual planes, spatial composition, and color.
Morgan received a BA from Providence College and has taken graduate courses at San Francisco State University. He has exhibited in both solo and group shows at Borges Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA, Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA, and River Contemporary Art, Housatonic, MA.