Featured Artist: Richard Morrow!

Lost by Richard Morrow 48×60″ Oil

Richard Morrow. This man is not afraid of large canvases. I love large paintings, they make a statement. Especially something as mesmerizing as birch trees in a forest. This painting would make an impressive statement in a room, wouldn’t it? Also be sure to check out Richard’s clouds. Wow. Clouds are another favorite of mine. In the summer when sitting by the pool, it’s what I like to call, Nature’s TV. Look up and it’s amazing what you will see!

Posting one more image of Richard’s to show how amazing his paintings are even without a lot of color. Pretty fabulous, right?

Deep Snow by Richard Morrow 48×60″ Oil

See more of Richard’s work via these links:

Website  |  Instagram 


Growing up climbing, hiking and fly fishing in the Pacific Northwest, Rick continues to have a deep connection with nature, which inspires his work in oils. Rick paints forests and coastlines in different regions and seasons, and is currently working on a new series, clouds.  Rick has also been successful in transforming, integrating and repositioning companies into global industry leaders. He is on the “virtual bench” of proven executives for the The Carlyle Group.

Rick has been recognized as a leader within the Young Presidents’ Organization (“YPO”). Rick served as Education and Chapter Chair of the Washington, D.C. YPO Chapter, and led the Stanford GSB YPO Executive Program for two years.

In addition to mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs, Rick has focused his non-profit energy on the University of Virginia Art Museum, where he is the longest serving member of the Board of Trustees.

Rick received a law degree from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Economics from the London School of Economics. He received a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Economics from Stanford University, where he also competed for four years on its varsity soccer team, serving as Captain in his final year.

Catch you back here tomorrow!


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