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About the Artist

Award winning artist, Paul Morin's portraits are in public and private collections around the world.  A semi-finalist in the prestigious BP Portrait Award in London, he most recently was chosen to participate in the "de Young Open" show at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.  Paul's unique combination of traditional technique with modern sensibility confront the viewer with a sense of scale that is very individual.  With empathy and humor, Paul's work celebrates the human spirit and captures the unique look and expression of each sitter.

"I believe a portrait, at its best, is a conversation.  Filled with contradictions, unknowable truths and infinite subtleties it exists as a dialogue between sitter and artist and, through the artist, between sitter and viewer.  It is an unfolding process in which an artist can honor, exalt and fix forever a moment and a life of a human being."

The Freedom Riders featured on ABC's Localish

To see a profile of me and my work including my Freedom Riders project produced by KGO TV (ABC 7 in San Francisco), click here.


Photo: Eric Minh Swenson

In San Francisco, Paul is represented by ArtHaus Gallery.

In Telluride, Paul is represented by MiXX Projects +Atelier. 

View my CV here.

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