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.