Jenny Morgan

Oil on canvas, 40 x 32 inches

  • INTO THE BLUE, 2014
    Oil on canvas, 40 x 32 inches


    Oil on canvas, 90 x 60 inches

  • MAGIC IS REAL, 2013

    Oil on canvas, 36 x 28 inches


  • BRAND NEW, 2014

    Oil on canvas, 32 x 28 inches




    Oil on canvas, 56 x 42 inches


  • GREAT DIVIDE, 2013

    Oil on canvas, 58 x 42 inches



    Oil on canvas, 76 x 54 inches



  • YOU TO ME, 2013

    Oil on canvas, 92 x 78 inches


    Oil on canvas, 90 x 78 inches

  • DARK STAR, 2015
    Oil on canvas, 70 x 48 inches
  • THE TEMPEST, 2015
    Oil on canvas, 40 x 32 inches
  • ARCADIA, 2011
    Oil on canvas, 46 x 32 inches
Centered on themes of life, death and rebirth, Jenny Morgan’s works question how we relate to our past and challenge us to live in the present. Fusing figurative realism with graphic forms, her impeccably detailed images demonstrate an exceptional technique, while purposefully abstracting the human body—at times literally reducing it to its fundamental, skeletal structure. She renders these darkly charged and psychological works in intense hues, revealing a life-affirming immediacy and spontaneity. Deeply personal, yet thoroughly universal, Morgan’s works achieve a striking intensity, breaking through the ideals of traditional portraiture and the preciousness of realism.
Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions in New York, Colorado, Utah and Indiana; in numerous group exhibitions including the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. and the 92Y Tribeca, New York; and at galleries in Florida, England and Sweden. Her work is represented in the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, Purdue University Art Gallery, University of Maryland’s Stamp Student Union Art Collection, as well as major private collections throughout the United States and abroad.
Morgan’s work has received critical attention in numerous publications including Juxtapoz, Whitewall, Hi-Fructose, The Village Voice, and The Denver Post. Her 2013 solo exhibition How To Find A Ghost at Driscoll Babcock Galleries was named one of the top 100 fall shows worldwide by Modern Painters. Her work has been the subject of three artist monographs, including Jenny Morgan: How To Find A Ghost (2013) authored by Benjamin Genocchio. Additionally, Morgan has realized several portraiture commissions for publications including The New York Times Magazine and New York Magazine.
Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Jenny Morgan currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She holds a BA from the Rocky Mountain College School of Design in Lakewood, Colorado and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY. Jenny Morgan has been exclusively represented by Driscoll Babcock Galleries since 2012.
Flint Institute of Arts
New Mexico State University, University Art Gallery
Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville
Palmer Museum, Pennsylvania State University
Purdue University Art Gallery
University of Maryland’s Stamp Student Union Art Collection

Jenny Morgan: How to Find A Ghost, Full Version from Driscoll Babcock Galleries on Vimeo.

Jenny Morgan and Benjamin Genocchio of ARTinfo discuss Jenny's latest body of work in her Driscoll Babcock Galleries exhibition, "How To Find A Ghost"

Jenny Morgan on Konbini
Jenny Morgan in Blisss Magazine
Jenny Morgan in Frontrunner Magazine
Jenny Morgan in Hi-Fructose
Jenny Morgan in Juxtapoz Magazine
Jenny Morgan in Whitewall Magazine
Jenny Morgan reviewed for Milk Studios
Jenny Morgan in Milk Made
Jenny Morgan in Riot Of Perfume
Jenny Morgan in Juxtapoz Magazine
Jenny Morgan in Telluride Inside Out NYC
"Jenny Morgan: How To Find A Ghost" named one of the Top 100 Fall Shows Worldwide by Modern Painters
Jenny Morgan in Juxtapoz Magazine
New works by Jenny Morgan at PULSE Miami 2013
December 05, 2013

Driscoll Babcock is exhibiting at PUSLE Miami, December 5-8, 2013 at the Ice Palace Studios in Miami, Florida. PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is the leading US art fair dedicated solely to comtemporary art.

Driscoll Babcock's booth will feature new works by Jenny Morgan, following her critically acclaimed solo exhibition, How To Find A Ghost

Click here for fair information, including ticket purchasing and the full list of exhibitors

Jenny Morgan Catalogues Are Now Available
October 01, 2013
Published 2013
Author: Benjamin Genocchio
With introduction by Tess Sol Schwab
How To Find A Ghost is Jenny Morgan's latest body of work accompanying her 2013 exhibition at Driscoll Babcock Galleries. This is the artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery, which has been named one of the Top 100 Fall Shows Worldwide by Modern Painters Magazine.
64-page hardcover with 18 full-color plates
Available for purchase for $35. Inquire within