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Genesis No. 7 | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Brooke Noel Morgan. Item made of canvas & synthetic compatible with minimalism and contemporary style
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Genesis No. 7 | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Brooke Noel Morgan. Item made of canvas & synthetic compatible with minimalism and contemporary style
Genesis No. 7 | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Brooke Noel Morgan. Item made of canvas & synthetic compatible with minimalism and contemporary style

Created and Sold by Brooke Noel Morgan

Brooke Noel Morgan

Genesis No. 7 - Paintings

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Estimated Arrival: March 15, 2024
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Handmade

Woman Owned

Made In USA

DimensionsWeight
36H x 29W x 3D in
91.44H x 73.66W x 7.62D cm
3.63 kg
8 lb

The seventh of a 14-piece series, entitled Genesis, which captures the raw juxtaposition of endings and beginnings. Characterized by texture, movement, layering and a minimal, neutral palette.

29 in x 36 in (framed)

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Item Genesis No. 7
As seen in Private Residence, Nashville, TN
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Brooke Noel Morgan
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
Minimal, abstract, organic form

I used to believe artists to be the bravest souls on earth.
Then, I discovered that I am one.
Now, I’m not so sure the former is true, but being an artist is the bravest thing I’ve done.
Because being an artist is living from my soul.
My creative journey began with teaching, then photography, then curation, then poetry, painting, and sculpture.
Now, it seems that nothing is untouched by the creative sea at work within me. I’m finding that life, the living, is the most creative thing I do.
These art forms are all part of one living organism - that is me. And when I say me, I mean we…for I am just a drop in the sea of humanity.
I am here to love, to heal, to create and to commune with Mother Earth.
Thank you for being here.
-Brooke