Bio

Alex Morgan | 2020

About Me
Alex Morgan
Bio
I have always had a passion for art and since building my first miniature kit, a World War Two Spitfire and Hurricane Airfix pack, I have been fascinated with the creation of microcosmic realities. I bought my first Warhammer miniatures in 2006 which started a passion for the grim dark universe that is Warhammer 40,000.
Since 2006 I have continued to collect and paint Warhammer miniatures and competing in local tournaments, I have ranked in best painted army awards.
Over the last three years I have gained an extensive knowledge of material and colour theory through my work as an artist, my study at the Winchester School of Art and my work as a Theatrical Lighting Technician. Drawing inspiration from this I have relentlessly refined and honed my skills as a painter and sculptor expanding into airbrush and model conversion.
As for all artists my work tells the story of my development, as reflected in the evolving character of each Warhammer miniature displayed in this site.
For me, every commission opens an exciting new chapter
Education​​​​​​​
2020-Present     University of the Arts London, Wimbledon College of Arts, M.A. Theatre Design     

2017-2020        University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, B.A. Fine Art        First Class Honours                         
2016-2017        Lawrence Sheriff School, Foundation Diploma Art and Design        Distinction
As an Artist
Interested in finding out more about me as an artist? Check out my artist profile were you'll find a comprehensive portfolio of my works over the last 4 years.
Concrete Dust
Concrete Dust
21st ce. Backgarden
21st ce. Backgarden
Segmentation
Segmentation
Sapient Faunus - Solo Exhibition
Sapient Faunus - Solo Exhibition
Isabel Triptych
Isabel Triptych
Stop! I wanna go home
Stop! I wanna go home
Factory Window
Factory Window
"In our world, in which religious images are losing their meanings, in which our customs are getting more and more secular, we are losing our sense of the eternal. I think it's a loss that has done a great deal of damage to modern art. Painting is a return to origins."
Antoni Tapies
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