Outside In artist Annie Morgan was selected to be one of 80 artists exhibited in the Outside In: National exhibition at Pallant House Gallery in autumn 2012. Her work 'After Goya, The Sleep of Reason Begets Monsters' sold on the opening day of the exhibition. She was featured on Saturday Live on Radio 4, and from this YOU Magazine approached her to write an article on her life and art.  

Annie Morgan says: "I am completely untrained in art. Two years ago I took an overdose and jumped in front of a train. Since then I have not been able to stop doing art. Everybody wants to be seen and heard. The art allows me to say what I want to say in the way I want to say it. The experience of adversity has provided me a fresh take on life, loads of material and a new way of expressing it."

To read the article follow this link: 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2297030/In-2010-plagued-severe-depression-Annie-Morgan-tried-end-life-leaping-train-platform--miraculously-survived.html

To see more of Annie's work follow this link:

www.outsidein.org.uk/annie-morgan