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About the Artist
Morgan Weistling is the winner of the 2011 Patron's Choice Award--Autry National Heritage Museum Masters of the American West
Show., and winner of the 2008 Prix de West Purchase Award for his painting, "Indian Stories", which is now in the permanent collection
of the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
Morgan has an amazing gift. Not only are his paintings beautiful, charming and done with wonderful technique,
but Morgan also has an exceptional ability to show the spirit of the subject in his work.
More about the Artist
His subjects are often women and children in settings of simpler times.
A deeply religious man, Morgan brings his spirituality to his artwork. "My hope is that people will enjoy viewing my artwork as much I enjoyed painting it. For me, art is my language used to communicate to others how I see God's creation. When I experience another artist's work, I love to see through their eyes and find out as much about the artist as the subject they painted. That is what makes art so interesting."
Morgan began painting at a young age and worked as an illustrator for Hollywood movie studios for 14 years. His fine art career has been extremely successful with his
in demand by buyers and often sold by "draw" where many collectors and dealers put their name in to hopefully be picked for the
of buying an available painting.
His impressionist style shows more detail in his paintings from further back than is evident up close. His influences include John Singer-Sargent, John Singer Sargent, Anders Zorn, Fred Fixler and others.
Morgan is not prolific, but his paintings are such masterpieces that collectors wait (not so patiently) in hopes of adding them to their collections.