Check out what the press is saying about my work:

Labor of love: Local artist publishes handbook to inspire others (Los Altos Town Crier)

Los Altos resident Morgan Bricca has turned her unusual talent – transforming walls into stories – into a profession, and now she’s written a book about her career as a muralist. Bricca recently published “The Mural Artist’s Handbook” in hopes of empowering others to follow their artistic aspirations and turn them into independent businesses… (Read More)

Instagrammable eateries: The original art of Silicon Valley’s most photogenic restaurants (The Six Fifty)

Wanting a “remark on fresh ingredients, produce and fish,” La Viga Seafood and Cocina Mexicana Chef and Owner Manuel Martinez employed muralist Morgan Bricca of Morgan Mural Studios to create two complementary murals — each embracing an unfinished look — inside his Redwood City restaurant… (Read More)

Ocean-themed mural restored (Palo Alto Online)

Artist Morgan Bricca has been restoring the faded, damaged “Year of the Ocean” mural located on the California Avenue pedestrian underpass, giving the undersea-themed artwork some much-needed touchups. Check out the before-and-after photos to see her work… (Read More)

Raleigh Swimming Association reveals Secret Mural Project (Swim Swam)

A commissioned Morgan Bricca to paint the Secret Mural Project because of her past works, including painting a mural of an Olympic swimming event. Using photos from the 2012 Olympic men’s freestyle finals, Morgan got inspiration to create a compelling work of art that would inspire swimmers of all levels to their potential greatness. It took Morgan seven days and more than 60 hours to paint the 24.5 foot by 67 foot fire wall mural… (Read More)

Step-by-Step SEO for Artists (Professional Artist Magazine)

These days, many artists falsely assume that if they put their art online, Google will take care of the rest. Nothing could be further from the truth. The competition is fierce for a spot “above the fold” on the first page of a Google search result. Many factors go into how search engines rank results: page title, content length, readability and uniqueness, the number and quality of links to and from the webpage, offline popularity of the brand, social shares, keyword usage and the quality and size of images… Artist Morgan Bricca ( launched a mural painting business in 2000. Her website is her primary source of new clients. I found Morgan’s website by searching for “mural artist” on Google; her site came up #1 in the search results. (Read More)

Los Altos Artist Women in the Arts Winner (Los Altos Chapter NSDAR)

Noted local artist Morgan Gessford Bricca named the 2021 American Heritage Women in the Arts Recognition Award winner by the Los Altos Chapter of the DAR. Recognizing and honoring women who have made significant achievements in their chosen artistic field, this award is given to Morgan Gessford Bricca as a shining example of excellence as an American muralist. (Read More)

A ‘blah’ second-story wall in downtown Napa now radiates vineyard color (Napa Valley Register)

There’s something new to feast your eyes on if you happen to be having dinner or drinks on the roof of Archer Napa hotel or staying in an east-facing guest room. But if you’re a walker or motorist downtown, you’ll have to crane your neck to glimpse a section of the 70-foot mural that artist Morgan Bricca has painted on a the west-facing second story of the Beckstoffer Building at First and Coombs streets. Bricca created a glowing scene of a Napa Valley vineyard showing the first signs of autumn color amid charming farming buildings. (Read More)

The Best Artists’ Handbooks to Guide Your Practice (ARTnews)

The landscape of how-to books for artists is vast. And every year brings more, reflecting new developments in media and methods and an always changing creative marketplace. To help you sort through the options, we’ve assembled a selection of our favorites for a range of artistic practices; they include both reference books on materials and techniques and practical guides for working artists. Pick up one or more to develop your understanding of a creative process—or perhaps try something new… (Read More)