Peg Morris, painter and printmaker

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 FractureExamining the resultsFlotsam; all the plastic I collected on a short walk on Littlehampton Beach 

Peg is a painter and printmaker, working in her studio in Kingston upon Thames and at Kew Art Studio Print Room. Her work focuses on significant forms, colours and patterns in natural and urban landscapes.  A common thread linking much of her art is decay.  Inspiration might come from a weather beaten, decomposing tree stump, a track worn into the landscape by generations of feet, the crumbling and erosion of landscapes or the peeling paint or crumbling stonework on a neglected building or an old boat. 


Peg runs printmaking workshops and courses at Kew Studios where she is Printmaking Technician.


Join Peg in Italy in September 2020 for a week exploring Experimental Printmaking at the wonderful Villa Lugara!

See the Printmaking in Italy page for more details.


Peg is exhibiting some of her recent paintings, etchings and collagraphs at a number of different galleries between now and the end of the year.  See the Exhibiting page for more details.