American, born 1991. Irons works predominantly in the medium of painting.
Primarily a self taught painter, Morgan Irons began studying painting in 2015 following her move to a rural piece of land in Montana. It was then she began studying the work of master painters and has since sought out workshops with some of the top representational painters today, including Jeremy Lipking and Joshua LaRock. A figurative painter by nature, Irons believes in painting solely what she knows best, life on the land she lives. Her paintings are narrative and timeless in theme and palette.
Morgan Irons has been a featured artist in Fine Art Connoisseur's "Artists to Watch", Southwest Art Magazine’s “21 Under 31: Young Artists to Watch in 2017”, and Big Sky Journal's "Ones to Watch". She is the recipient of the 2018 and 2019 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant for emerging figurative painters. Irons is represented by Old Main Gallery in Bozeman, Montana and Stapleton Gallery in Billings, Montana.
Irons lives and maintains a studio in a cabin in the mountains outside of Bozeman.
Commissions may be available upon request, inquire the artist.