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Doug Morgan Waterhouse Gallery
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Yard Art
9 x 12 Oil

Hay Trucks
9 x 12 Oil

Country Power
9 x 12 Oil

Along The Coast
16 x 20 Oil $2200
 

Room with a View
8x6 Oil

Rolling Hills
16 x 20 Oil $2200
 
 

Road Warriors
15 x 30 Oil $4000
 
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 Hillside Drama
18 x 24 Oil
SOLD

City Slicker
12 x 16 Oil
SOLD

Hay Hauler
12 x 16 Oil
SOLD
     

 

Breakfast Light
8x6 Oil
SOLD

 

Colorful Parlor
18 x 14 Oil
SOLD

 

Antique Corner
8x6 Oil
SOLD
   

 

Golden Drama
6 x 8 Oil
SOLD

 

Flower Arrangement
16 x 8 Oil SOLD

 

Music Room
6x8 Oil
SOLD

  
Two Lamps
6x8 Oil
SOLD

Sunlit Room
8x6 Oil
SOLD 

 
Library Glow
6x8 Oil
SOLD

 

Prize Possession
8x6 Oil
SOLD

 

Dinner Party
8x6 Oil
SOLD

 

Afternoon Highlights
8x6 Oil
SOLD



Window Bouquet
8x6 Oil
SOLD



Corner Glow
8x6 Oil
SOLD



 Douglas Paul Morgan is a Signature member of the Society of Western Artists, New Mexico Plein Air and the Oil Painters of America.
He is an Artist Member of the California Art Club where he serves on the Board of Directors
as well as Co-Chair of the Northern California, chapter.
 

Douglas Paul Morgan

Douglas Paul Morgan was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1948. He was educated at the University of Dayton and the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, California. In addition to his work as a fine artist, he has taught at the renowned Academy of Art College in the graduate and the under graduate departments. Morgan has won numerous awards for his paintings, nationally and on the west coast, including California Art Club exhibitions and Artist's magazine Annual Competitions. In 1996 and 1997, he was accepted into the Annual Arts for the Parks competition. In 2003, he was awarded the second place jury award at the prestigious Napa Valley Museum Biennial Plein Air Painting Exhibition in Napa, California. He was profiled in the 1996 issue of American Artist magazine, the December 2000 issue of the Artist's Magazine, Southwest Art magazine's 2002 May and June editions, Art of the West May/June 2004 Edition and in the book, Best of Flower painting II, published by Northlight Books in 1999. In 2005 his paintings were published in two new books by International Artist, 100 Ways to Paint People and Figures, Volume 2 and 100 Ways to Paint Still Life and Forms, Volume 2.

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For more information call 805-962-8885 or
email us: art@waterhousegallery.com