I seek to use color to describe form. To make the three dimensional form dissolve into the negative space and make the negative space be seen as positive.
In this book is a selection of mostly nudes done from 2005 through 2010 painted from live models at Spring Studio in Soho, the Society of Illustrators, NYC and private sessions with artist friends and class demonstrations.
Jacqui Morgan, a highly acclaimed New York artist and illustrator, is the winner of more than 200 awards and has had many one-person exhibitions in the US, Europe and Japan. She is the author of Watercolor for Illustration, Watson-Guptill and the Wet-in-Wet Watercolor Video Series. .Morgan has given plein aire watercolor workshops all over the US and in Europe and currently teaches at the Fashion Institute of Technology to enthusiastic classes. The pursuit of the human form has been her passion for the last five years and made her a superior draftsperson, colorist, manipulator of space perception and the illusion of sculptural dimension.
Almost Nude Published July 07, 2011