Morgan Suter (b.1998) is a figurative painter working largely in what she thinks of as nonlinear, expansive narrative structures. Her paintings of highly imagined, eccentric environments and idiosyncratic figures embrace the omnipresence of uncertainty. The paintings explore the small, microcosmic vastness of one earthling’s complexities through a specific, fantastic mirror world. This ever growing body of work is interconnected, and characterized by loud colors, thick brushstrokes, and pleasantly plump figures. Morgan earned her BFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 2020 and currently lives and works in the Hudson Valley. 

Flowers Have Faces Too


Colored Pencil on Paper

11" x 14"