Check out what the press is saying about my work:
Rooms with a view: Meet a Peninsula muralist transforming home walls (Palo Alto Weekly)
From sun-drenched Tuscan hillsides to playful penguins swimming alongside colorful fish, Los Altos muralist Morgan Bricca has been transforming blank walls into works of art in private homes throughout the Bay Area for nearly two decades… (Read More).
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)
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)
A Los Altos Artist Gives Soul to Peninsula Spaces (Punch Magazine)
“Has anyone ever told you, you’re a little like Bob Ross?” Yep, Morgan Bricca has heard this line before. More than a shared crop of curls, the commonality between her and the iconic PBS art instructor likely lies in her artistic philosophy that painting should be a joyful act. Comparisons aside, Morgan’s canvases tend to be tens to hundreds of times larger… (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)
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)