Michael Morgan has been making art since high school (Hoquiam High, Class of 1966). He graduated from Central Washington State College (CWU) in 1971 with a degree in art education. He taught in the Toledo School District for 30 years, retiring in 2003.
Mike is versatile in many mediums including drawing, painting, photography, pottery, architecture and landscape design, but his personal favorite is sculpture. Usually working with multiple materials, his art often has political or social overtones.
Mike and his wife Di own and operate Art Gallery 505, as well as the Morgan Arts Centre. They teach children’s art classes throughout the year at the M.A.C. In July, they run the Camp Picasso art camps and the Children’s Theater Workshop. In addition to teaching, the Morgans put on yearly events like the Holiday Art Market in November, the Vernal Equinox Art Fair in March and The Battle of the CowlArtz student art show in May.
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