The following is biography I pulled off the internet: Born
in Maine in 1935. Morton has painted every day for nearly forty years. As a young man, he gravitated to California and immersed himself in an art movement now known as the "San Francisco School" made famous by artists Wayne Thiebaud and Richard Diebenkorn (under whom Morton studied at the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute). The movement was characterized by colorful, broad brushed, semi-abstract studies of everyday scenes, using a flattened perspective. Morton's biography and list of credentials reads like a novel. A Partial Listing of Credentials Solo Exhibitions: Matmurango Museum, Ridgecrest, CA Young Gallery, Los Gatos, CA Twining Gallery, New York City Gallery House, Nobelboro, ME Dubin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Charles Campbell Gallery, San Francisco, CA Gumps Gallery, San Francisco, CA Bechtel Intl. Gallery, Stanford Univ., Palo Alto, CA Group Shows: Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, CA Visual Arts Center of NW Florida, Panama City, FL New England Watercolor Society, Boston, MA California Museum of Art, Santa Rosa, CA Academy of the Arts, Easton, MD National Society of Painters in Casein & Acrylic, NY, NY The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, Newcastle, PA Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica, CA San Franciso Art Institute Faculty Show Awards and Commissions: Memorial Award - New England Watercolor Society, Boston,MA H.G. Daniels Award San Diego Art Institute Award of Merit-San Francisco Arts Commission Festival Golden Seal Award San Francisco Art Institute Reviews: Jacqueline Hall, Columbus Dispatch, 1994 Gallery Guide, NY, 1994 Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times, 1989, 1988, Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, 1987 Robert Pincus, The San Diego Union, 1988 Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, 1974, 1978, 1962. He is listed in Davenports, Askart & Who's.