It is ART that makes life, makes interest, makes importance,
and I know of no substitute for the FORCE and BEAUTY of its process.
~ Henry James

Artists

Bliesner, Jennifer
Carroll, Trish
Donley, Verlie
Gilbert, Laurie
Glenn, Cheeri
Gullickson, Terry & Rock
Hawley, Becky
Hewgley, Karen
Hooley, Cheryl
Lindsey, Anna Mae
Marsh, Earlean
Morrow, Marcia
Morrow, Steve
Nelson, Kimberley
Ragan, Joan
Rohweder, JoAnne
Sandgren, Sharon
Shelton, Rebecca
Souders, Vernon Jr.
Spencer, Debrah
State, Kathy
Stroh, Rod
Tilton, Caryn
Topliff, Lea
Vann, Debi
Von Struense, Helen
Young, Loisann

Marcia Morrow

Watercolor – Photography
smmorrow1@frontier.com
phone: 503.752.8083

“My husband and I live in Sandy, Oregon. The beautiful Pacific Northwest has much to offer artists and creating art has been central to my life. I worked as a nurse and clinic manager for many years.

When I retired, I decided to study watercolor. Watercolor has been a fun and challenging way to express my creativity. With every painting, I learn more about design, color theory, balance and how to bring energy and life to my paintings. To develop my style of painting, I have committed to paint a painting a week. All of my paintings are from photos that I have taken. I have been a photographer for many years.

I’m a member of Watercolor Society of Oregon, Wy’East Artisans Guild and serve on several art boards. I volunteer with the Sandy library helping kids to enjoy all forms of art and to explore their creativity. I also coordinate the Wy’East Actors Gallery at the Sandy Actors Theater for their plays.
I sincerely hope that you enjoy my paintings as much as I enjoy painting them. Let the painting evoke an emotion in you as you study them.”