Sylvia Morse

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Sylvia Morse

As a huge sup­port­er of the Arts, Sylvia Morse hit the ground run­ning mak­ing a huge impact in the Art world in and around Tyler, TX. She worked with Tyler High Schools in 1986, to suc­cess­ful­ly cre­ate a 600′ Texas Sesqui­cen­ten­ni­al mur­al on Loop 323.

Sylvia holds the vol­un­teer posi­tion as Artist Coor­di­na­tor for the Heart of Tyler, Inc., a non-prof­it with the mis­sion of the Revi­tal­iza­tion of Down­town, Tyler. She has cre­at­ed and devel­oped Art Camps for Tyler Junior Col­lege for the past 8 years and is pur­su­ing a Fine Art Degree at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Texas at Tyler. Her focus is in Small Met­als and Ceram­ics but also paints murals and cre­ates large Papi­er Mache Sculp­tures. She teach­es Jew­el­ry Mak­ing class­es for Tyler Junior Col­lege’s Con­tin­u­ing Edu­ca­tion Pro­grams at the West Cam­pus in Tyler as well as a vari­ety of Work­shops around East Texas.

You can find works by Sylvia Morse on dis­play in office build­ings, restau­rants and gal­leries in and around East Texas.

Check her out on FB & IG for more info on events and work­shops in the area.

View In Person At Our Art Gallery in Tyler

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