Morten E Solberg

Recent Surgery

Terri Solberg

Dear Friends and Fans. 
I underwent open heart surgery on July 27th at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. I had my Mitral valve replaced and I am please to share that It was a successful surgery. I am recovering well. I left MUSC on Monday and am now in a Rehabilitation Facility right here in Bluffton, SC where we have lived for nearly two years. I'm eternally thankful for the skilled doctors and wonderful staff at MUSC. I am on the mend and appreciate all the well wishes, prayers, good vibes and positive energy that was sent our way. Life is good.

Mort Solberg Offers Workshop for the Society of Bluffton Artists SOBA

Mary Rogers

The Society of Bluffton Artists SOBA is offering a special workshop featuring Mort Solberg.  The workshop focuses on waterbase media. Solberg commented on the workshop. "We will work at painting in a more experimental direction, landscape, figure & florals & wildlife etc. I will demonstrate every day. I will be working in watercolor, Gouache, Acrylic, Gesso, and the combination of all of these mediums. I will also demonstrate at artists tables during the afternoon."

Solberg will also provide a critique of the participant's work. "Each student may bring l piece of their own work for a class critique if they like. I would like each student to bring something that they have been having problems with that we can work on."  

This provides a unique opportunity for area artists to work with Solberg, an internationally recognized master artist. "I love working with artists.  I try to give them alternative ways of viewing their work and new techniques to immediately apply. It's very rewarding to see the results," says Solberg. 

To learn more about this workshop or upcoming workshops visit SOBA.

Artists For Conservation Select Mort Solberg Painting to Grace Its Book Cover

Mary Rogers

Artists for Conservation is pleased to announce that acclaimed South Carolina watercolorist Morten E. Solberg's "His Domain" painting depicting a landscape and herd of Elk, has been selected for the wrap around cover of the 2015 Artists for Conservation exhibit book. The annual hardcover "coffee-table" book is published on sustainably forested paper, as a companion to the 8th annual AFC Exhibit, showing in Vancouver and North Vancouver, BC running September 10 thorough to 30th. The image will be on display in AFC's virtual online exhibit this fall.