Malak Morgan Art Exhibit
March 5 @ 10:00 am - April 15 @ 4:00 pm
As an Artist, she studied at the School of Fine Art in Cairo, Egypt for 3 years before beginning her studies in architecture at Cairo University. She started with oil painting portraits, and still Life, as well as water color renderings and sculptural
models of architectural design projects.
In 2015, she enrolled at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts to pursue painting full time. Her abstract impressionist style employs mixed media, mainly acrylic, gold leaves, pigments, water color gouache, and collage.
Malak was the first practicing woman architect in Egypt. She was the architect of record for many private residences in Cairo, Egypt before coming to the US. She worked for major Architectural firms in New York City and Princeton, NJ, where she was responsible for architectural design and construction documentation on projects in the institutional, commercial/recreational, residential, and health fields. In 1993 she started Morgan Architecture, Inc., a small practice firm in Princeton, NJ with her husband Saad Morgan, an Artist and Interior Designer.