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Sarah McRae Morton
 
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Sarah McRae Morton: 2016 Exhibition Catalog

 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Young Ghosts Looking for Holly among Bramble and Vine



Young Ghosts Looking for Holly among Bramble and Vine
oil on canvas
23.5 X 23.5 in.
$4950
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - The Wake of a Whale



The Wake of a Whale
oil on canvas
23.75 X 31.5 in.
$5800
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - The Last Green Bear



The Last Green Bear
oil on canvas
23.5 X 31.5 in.
$5800
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - The Tower to the Cusp of Curiosity of Charbonneau



The Tower to the Cusp of Curiosity of Charbonneau
oil on canvas
47.25 X 31.5 in.
$9800
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - The Hull of the Annabelle Lee



The Hull of the Annabelle Lee
oil on canvas
24 X 52 in.
$7600
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Atlas Found



Atlas Found
oil on canvas
24 X 52 in.
$7600
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - The Unsung Heroes



The Unsung Heroes
oil on canvas
23.5 X 31.5 in.
$5800
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - The Rush to Unlooked-for Sights



The Rush to Unlooked-for Sights
oil on canvas
76 X 52 in.
$17500
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - A Wolf Had Not Been Seen in Two Hundred Years



A Wolf Had Not Been Seen in Two Hundred Years
oil on canvas
31.5 X 47.25 in.
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  Sarah McRae Morton - What Spangles the Wilderness at Night



What Spangles the Wilderness at Night
oil on canvas
48 X 36 in.
$10500
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - A Bed of Chestnut Bough



A Bed of Chestnut Bough
oil on canvas
31.5 X 23.5 in.
$5800
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Macular Degeneration



Macular Degeneration
oil on canvas
23.5 X 23.5 in.
$4950
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Lost But Found



Lost But Found
oil on canvas
23.5 X 23.5 in.
$4950
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Emerald Spell



Emerald Spell
oil on canvas
23.5 X 23.5 in.
$4950
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - May, Dusk & the Unseen Arc of the Last Great American Whale



May, Dusk & the Unseen Arc of the Last Great American Whale
oil on canvas
30 X 40 in.
$8200
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Eight Charms Between the Hatfields and McCoys



Eight Charms Between the Hatfields and McCoys
oil on canvas
30 X 40 in.
$8200
 
  Sarah McRae Morton - Some Paintings



Some Paintings
book
12 X 12 in.
$91
 
 
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Sarah McRae Morton

Sarah McRae Morton grew up in rural Lancaster County Pennsylvania, where she still keeps a hayloft studio above the horse stalls in her family’s barn. Sarah attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the University of Pennsylvania. She received a travel fellowship to study chemical composition of paintings in Rome.  She studied with Odd Nerdrum in Norway. Sarah received a Mattisse Foundation fellowship for her work on the local history of West Virginia, and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her work has been exhibited across the country, including at the Vermont Studio Center. She currently lives and paints in Cologne, Germany.

"There is a story behind each painting. Coincidence and unlikelihood are reoccurring themes. They are tales of people long gone but for residue of their genes in me, a few artifacts like roses they rooted, furniture they tempered, their own graphite scrawl, or silver gelatin shadows. The flickering of restless spirits conducted my curiosity to collected stories around campfires, under moth eaten black skies, from the granite toothed mouths of cemeteries, and talking walls of the rock rubble of old homesteads. Some stories were transmitted over generations, between rocking chairs on Appalachian porches- stages to audiences of acres thick with ghosts. The subjects are drawn from my heritage- that of my family, and of my artistic lineage. I have knotted the two histories using conventions of picture making unique to the era of each person to whom I owe a painting as a thanks for my chances and their gusts of curiosity."