Morgan Jamieson

Working under the pseudonym 'Colour & Skulls' Morgan Jamieson is a practising artist and graphic designer working out of her home studio in the coastal town of Ocean Grove in Victoria.

Morgan's career as an artist began at the ripe age of 16 where she was creating and selling canvases, she went on to study and complete a Bachelor of Visual Arts - majoring in Graphic Design today working as both an artist and professional designer. Morgan has built her brand over the past 5 years and has work displayed in shops and galleries around Australia internationally. She has worked with brands such as The Cotton On Group, ADIDAS & NAB.

Morgan's work is bold, clashy and imperfect. Her work is very much experimental and she finds inspiration in nature, particularly the intricate detail of florals and fabrics.

Morgan's passion is working with watercolour and recently she has been mimicking the beautiful fluidity of watercolour onto canvas using acrylics, oils and varying finishing mediums.

Working under the pseudonym 'Colour & Skulls' Morgan Jamieson is a practising artist and graphic designer working out of her home studio in ...

Working under the pseudonym 'Colour & Skulls' Morgan Jamieson is a practising artist and graphic designer working out of her home studio in the coastal town of Ocean Grove in Victoria.

Morgan's career as an artist began at the ripe age of 16 where she was creating and selling canvases, she went on to study and complete a Bachelor of Visual Arts - majoring in Graphic Design today working as both an artist and professional designer. Morgan has built her brand over the past 5 years and has work displayed in shops and galleries around Australia internationally. She has worked with brands such as The Cotton On Group, ADIDAS & NAB.

Morgan's work is bold, clashy and imperfect. Her work is very much experimental and she finds inspiration in nature, particularly the intricate detail of florals and fabrics.

Morgan's passion is working with watercolour and recently she has been mimicking the beautiful fluidity of watercolour onto canvas using acrylics, oils and varying finishing mediums.

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