Times Square, New York


Kate's artwork celebrates nature, fusing colour and imagination to create paintings that represent the lushness and beauty of the natural world. Detail and drama combine to conjure up dreamlike worlds.

''Kate Morgan's dream-like detailed paintings glow with the exotic. Jewel-bright flowers twine with creeping lianas, and her beautiful animals appear serene in the colourful vegetation. Her vision of the jungle is a joy in the beauty and sheer variety of nature. It is a world of beauty and abundance, untroubled by humankind. Every plant and creature is exquisitely detailed, drawing your eye in a game of hide and seek.''

- Alice Shirley, (artist and curator) 


My work is about celebrating nature, fusing colour and imagination to create the lushness and beauty of the natural world. I like to add my own twist and take the viewer on a journey to a more dreamlike and fantastical realms.

As a child, I was fascinated by the intricacies of insects, newts, frogs, birds and that interest in detail has stayed with me to this day.

My work has always involved wildlife, a love of invention, imagination and detail. The intensity of colour and playing with colour has also played an essential role in all my paintings.

I like hiding small details or creatures in dense foliage to be discovered and for the viewer of one of my pieces to be able to see something new each time they look at it and to reward closer investigation into the complex, vibrant and overgrown worlds I create. Look closely to see a frog staring back at you or a beetle drinking from a raindrop…





Complex and imaginative in composition, Kate’s work celebrates the plants, animals and insects found in a variety of global habitats with particular reference to indigenous and endangered species. Whilst extensive research informs every painting, Kate imagines habitats from a new perspective, fusing the real with the unreal.

Having obtained her first degree in fine art, Kate subsequently studied at postgraduate level at the Glasgow School of Art and then at Falmouth University where she was awarded her Masters degree.

Kate’s work forms part of many international private collections.