Plus Gallery artist Jenny Morgan, who is currently featured in the gallery with the solo exhibition “The Golden Hour,” has work on view in three additional exhibitions concurrently around the country. The first is her solo effort “Transcendental Supra-mental,” which is on view at Purdue University’s Fountain Gallery in Lafayette, Indiana through October 11th. She is also one of eight artists featured at the Museum Of Contemporary Art Jacksonville‘s “Get Real: New American Painting,” on view through January 4th, 2015. And finally, she also has two paintings on view in the group exhibition “Stranger Than Fiction,” at NYC’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery, through October 4th.
“The Golden Hour” launched with an opening reception this week, with Morgan in attendance along with a huge legion of adoring fans. Only two paintings are still available from the exhibition, the fastest selling pace yet for any exhibition at Plus Gallery to date. “The Golden Hour” was noted in this week’s Westword in their Night and Day section, and Scott Bailey interviewed the artist for Denver’s 1of1 Mag in conjunction with the exhibition.
Wei-Huan Chen wrote about Morgan’s ”Transcendental Supra-Mental” solo show in the Lafayette Journal and Courier preceding the opening of the exhibition, and Tom Shafer followed in the same paper with a thoughtful post-opening report on the show.
We expect more coverage of all of Morgan’s shows across the country soon, including an interview from Colorado Public Radio (CPR) later this month, alongside renowned painter Daniel Sprick, reflecting on their unique approaches to portraiture in contemporary art.