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Morag Charlton

Morag Charlton

Morag Charlton was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. She studied Fine Art at the University of Cape Town, Ruth Prowse School of Art and the University of New Mexico. Over the past twenty years she has taken part in numerous solo, group, juried, and invitational exhibitions and completed commissions for businesses and private individuals. As well as teaching drawing and painting she has taught Art as Communication workshops and Outreach programs for Artspace in Raleigh. She is a member of the Burning Coal Theatre Company and has designed and created sets for six of their productions, Einstein’s Dreams, Romeo and Juliet, A Doll’s House, Travesties, The Dead and Twelfth Night. She divides her time between her studio at Antfarm in Raleigh, and Atelier du Monestier, in Caunes Minervois, France. She is represented by the Eno Gallery located in Hillsborough, North Carolina

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