Hi there. Here’s what’s current in my life:

Currently I’m face-and-eyes into two illustration projects and a revision of a novel I’ve been working on forever:

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  • Award-winning non-fiction author, Jenny Higgins, had this idea for a children’s book about pre-confederation Newfoundland and Labrador women. I’ve had a lot of fun creating digital collages that illustrate these action-packed women from the suffragette era. This project is to be published by Boulder Press.
  • My second comic book about the sinking of the S.S. Caribou on October 14th, 1942, Lifeboats Down is scheduled¬†to be released by Breakwater Books in the spring of 2020. (If you had a relative on the S.S. Caribou that night, please check out my page “S.S. Caribou: Passengers & Crew 14/10/1942”.)

Morgan’s Printing/art Studio is currently set up in the main floor of the Neal Building. Keep your eyes open for my Pop-up Propaganda Press my small platform of political thought and free speech.

If you are interested buying anything you’ve seen at a show or craft fair, my work is available at the Red Ochre Gallery, 96 Duckworth Street, St. John’s, NL: http://www.redochregallery.ca and Devon House Gallery.

Upcoming Events this Spring:

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Lynn Taylor, Poetics of Place: Lynn is an amazing artist, visiting from New Zealand. She collects ephemera, stories, and scraps of stuff, which she will use to create a logbook of her residency–which will be hosted by the Coaker Foundation.

  1. Free Presentation and Meet the Artist: Sunday, March 10, 2019 at St. Michael’s Printshop, St. John’s, NL. From 4 to 6.
  2. Two-day Workshop: Saturday and Sunday, March 23 and 24, 2019 at the Coaker Foundation’s Factory, Port Union. From 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. lunch included. Cost $50. For more information and to register online at www.craftcouncil.nl.ca.
The Red Ochre Gallery’s Spring Exhibition. I’m not sure what I’ll have ready for this show–but David will have something. The opening is on April 18th, and it should be something to do with water and warmth. I’ll see what I can pull off.







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