Jinx Morgan's watercolor paintings reflect the fresh colors and brilliant light of her home in the Caribbean. Born in California, Jinx now makes her home on the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Inspired by the strong sun and shadow patterns of the tropics as well as the charming villages and spectacular scenery of her island home, her paintings depict the easygoing life of the Caribbean.
Now you can view Jinx's work, both original paintings and prints,on this web site. Whether your interest is in island images, florals, beaches and boats or tropical scenes, you will likely find something here that will brighten the gloomiest winter day and transport you to a Caribbean paradise
She has studied with David Millard, Judi Betts, James Godwin Scott, Jeanne Dobie and Carolyn Lord. Four of her paintings were chosen to hang on the walls of the Legislative Council of the British Virgin Islands and one of her paintings is on display at Government House. During a recent visit to the BVI, the Duke of Gloucester purchased one of her paintings. In 2006 15 of her watercolors were included in a show in London at BVI House. Her works are also in private collections in the United States, Canada, England, Italy and Austria as well as in the Caribbean.
On Tortola her paintings and prints are on view at The Gallery and Hucksters on Main Street and at Sopers Hole and at the Sugar Mill Gallery at the Sugar Mill Hotel on the North Shore. In St. Thomas her work is available at Mango Tango Gallery.
Jinx and her husband Jeff are the owners of The Sugar Mill Hotel on Tortola and were for many years Contributing Editors for Bon Appetit magazine where their articles on food and travel have appeared regularly.
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