New Michigan Artist for Independent Artist Program - Morgan Stanton

New Michigan Artist for Independent Artist Program - Morgan Stanton

UpCommerce S.p.a. CollaboratorJune 06, 2019
Introducing Morgan Stanton for PicFoams™ Independent Artists Program!

 

We are ecstatic to announce that Morgan Stanton is the newest addition to PicFoams™ Independent Artists Program! In the Independent Artists Program, artists from all over the country partner with us to bring diverse and eccentric pieces of art to you! Each artist has their own unique story that drives their art in a unique direction. It is a great honor to be able to share their story and their vision with you. 

Morgan is a bright and passionate individual who loves to challenge the realist limitations when it comes to her art. Morgan's piece, In the Jungle, perfectly portrays Morgan's vision of showing realistic elements in a fun and illustrative way. The bright colors and engaging patterns compliment one another perfectly, making an over-all captivating piece that everyone can admire. 

Nature is the highlight in many of Morgan's art pieces. Whether it be tigers, flamingos or avocados, Morgan's love and admiration for Mother Nature plays an important role in her artistic vision. 

 

 You can purchase Morgan's art piece today! JUST CLICK HERE! 

 

Learn a little bit more about Morgan and her artistic vision with this Q&A section:

Q: Where does your inspiration come from when you are working on a new art piece? 

A: My inspiration comes from all around me. I go to an art school so I am constantly surrounded with other artists. I also follow a lot of varying artists on Instagram. I seem to focus on drawing things that I like at the moment. For example: Flamingos, plants, and my cat.

 

Q: What would you like people to take away from your art? What messages are you most interested in portraying or conveying?

A: I always want people to walk away from my art with a smile. I want everyone to know that there’s always room for joy in life.

 

Q: How has your art developed over the years? 

A: I used to think that all art had to be realistic and perfectly rendered. When I came to my school, I realized that I could use the foundations that I learned to create something unrealistic. That is when I started to make my work look more illustrative, or “cartoony.”

 

Q: What role does the artist have in society?

A: Depending on who it is, an artist can lead, follow, uplift or provoke with their work. I strive to uplift people with my artwork.

 

Q: What do you like about your work?

A: I like that I can make people smile or laugh with my work.

 

Q: What would be your dream project?

A: My dream project right now is to write, illustrate, design, and publish my own children’s book.

 

Q: What goals do you have for your art?

A: I strive to push my boundaries to be able to work in any medium that is put in front of me.

 

Q: How do your life experiences affect your art work? 

A: I find that the colors and content that I use in my work typically represent how I feel at that moment.

 

Q: What advice can you offer for an aspiring artist?

A: My advice is this: Practice your craft every day and do not be afraid to create bad art.

 

Marisa Hilts