UT Downtown Gallery / 106 S. Gay St. April 6 - 28th
Clarence Morgan is an artist whose work comprises painting, drawing, printmaking and occasional writing and curatorial projects. He is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he also received his formal education and art training. It was in Philadelphia, as an art student, that he met his artist wife of 40 years, Arlene Burke-Morgan, also a native of Philadelphia. During his career, Morgan has been an artist-in-residence at the McColl Center for Visual Art (Charlotte, North Carolina) and the Harwood Museum of Art (Taos, New Mexico). His list of solo exhibitions include Rosenberf+Kaufman Fine Art (New York), Kidder Smith Gallery (Boston), Thomas Barry Fine Arts (Minneapolis), David Lusk Gallery (Memphis), and the Morris Gallery at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (Philadelphia) among many others. Group exhibitions in which his paintings, drawings and/or prints were featured include The American Academy Institute of Arts & Letters (New York), David Richard Contemporary (Santa Fe), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), and Rochester Art Center (Minnesota).