Autumn Skye Morrison was born on the Parrsboro Shore in Nova Scotia, in June of 1983. As she grew up, her family gradually made their way West across Canada. Her father settled in the small town of Field in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, as well as Columbia Lake. Her mother and stepfather built their home “off the grid” between Powell River and Lund on the Sunshine coast. Spending her youth between the majesty of the mountains and the serenity of the ocean and lush forest, Autumn Skye developed a deep appreciation for natural beauty, and a sense of wonder at life and the world around her.
As soon as she was old enough to hold a pencil, she would spend countless hours playing with colours and figures.
She has traveled throughout North America, Mexico, South East Asia, and Hawaii, spellbound by unfamiliar landscapes and the cultures therein. Inspired, the impressions linger with her when she returns home to her studio.
Autumn Skye lives and paints in her home North of Powell River, overlooking a sweeping expanse of ocean, islands, mountains, and sky. She considers herself among the blessed of the blessed, and lives each day in gratitude and joy of being able to share her art and inspiration.