Morgan was born in the north of England in 1939.
Drawing and painting since early childhood, her love of art was
encouraged by a young art mistress at the age of 11 who urged her
on to study the arts. Morgan went on to Liverpool University where
she obtained an N.D.D., A.T.D. and B.A.
Morgan has lived in a variety of places including
Lancashire, Shropshire, Merseyside, North Wales, London and Peterborough
and has spent a good deal of time overseas. At 21 she painted in
the Place de Tetre with other students and exhibited with artists
along the Seine. While in France she was inspired by the woods at
Fontainebleau and the palace at Versailles. In more recent years
she has spent time in Africa and U.S.A.
Morgan was a teacher for twenty years and Head
of Special Needs. She has a passion for knowledge and a love of
books and while working as a teacher she wrote and illustrated for
several publishers. Her physical disability and other problems led
her to retire from teaching to concentrate on other things. Since
then, she has designed and illustrated for various publishers and
manufacturers. She has painted and exhibted in the UK and overseas.