The artist believes his paintings evolve through an intuitive approach requiring a versatile medium such as oils, providing not only a flexibility to explore various ideas before arriving at the final design, but also building layers of texture and color.
"I've done a lot of networking since moving to the area, which is critical for an artist's success," Morgan said.
"I met a wonderful Bellows Falls artist named Ailyn Hoey who has been very instrumental in introducing me to the arts in New England, as well as putting me in touch with Great River Arts Institute also in Bellows Falls, where I rented space.
"I met Chris (Sherwin of Sherwin Art Glass) early on and we became friends, he has also become one of my greatest supporters. He is not only a pillar of the local art scene, but has allowed me to carve out a space in his studio to set up shop. The comraderie and support has been great."
Morgan's "World View" works will be on view at the Restaurant at L. A. Burdicks, located at 47 Main Street in historic Walpole, NH., through April 25.
To learn more about the artist, visit www.scottjmorgan.com. or visit Burdicks at burdickchocolate.com.