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Bev Morgan

Watercolour Cruise Ship Instructor

Bev provides a fun and easy class to learn the basics of watercolour painting creating artwork to be proud of.


Bev has taught over 250 watercolour workshops locally, art schools, on-line, conventions and cruises. She feels confident to inspire others with both painting and valuable travel art experiences. Her travels include three European Plein Aire excursions with other artists to Italy, France and Portugal.

Bev began teaching watercolours on cruise ships as way to enjoy a work holiday with her love of painting and travel. Bev provides instruction, demonstrations, and individual help especially for the absolute beginner. On the cruise ship, she offers flexibility and always prepared to teach one or more classes when needed due to inclement weather or change in schedule.

Recent Cruises

June 2015:  Cunard Cruise Lines (Queen Mary 2)-Round trip Transatlantic Crossing from New York to United Kingdom and Germany

January 2016: Azamara-Journey cruise line from Caldera, Costa Rica ( Panama Canal crossing)  to Miami, USA

November 2017: Cunard Cruise Lines (Queen Mary 2)- Eastern Caribbean Voyage Round trip from New York

May 2018: Celebrity Summit- Round trip from New Jersey to Bermuda


Teaching Affiliations and Memberships

  • Resident Artist of the Southampton Art Center, Southampton, Ontario since 2011
  • Art Instructor of the Southampton Art School, Southampton, Ontario since 2011
  • Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists as active member
  • Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour (CSPWC) Associate member
  • President of Not for Profit Art Organization Saugeen Artists Guild
  • Online Udemy Instructor: Because of the recommendation of past cruise travellers, Bev began teaching on-line watercolour classes and as of April 2019, she has students from 103 countries enrolled.
Examples of Watercolour classes.

Bev has prepared a variety of art classes dependent on the ship’s time requirements.

Bev Morgon Portfolio Cruise Experience Story
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