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Celebrating the life of
Ayn Morgan
May 24, 1976 - September 23, 2015
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Celebration of Life
  • 2:00pm - Tuesday, September 29, 2015
  • Bradshaw Carter
  • 1734 W Alabama St (Map)
    Houston, Tx 77098

  • (713) 521-0066

I'm really saddened to hear of your sudden loss. My heart goes out to you and your family in this difficult time.

Pilar Zarate, Cypress, TX

Ayn will be terribly missed. All of us loved her and she will be cherished in our memories forever.

Monica Martinez, Katy, TX

We are deeply saddened by Ayn's passing, but we know that this is far from what you are going through right now. Ayn was a wonderful person and we miss her very much. Remember that we are here for you.

Mario Valderrama, Houston, TX

Ayn was a wonderful, caring, creative, talented, artistic, and generous person, whose presence and contributions to KPFT and to the community will be deeply missed.

Bill Crosier, Houston, TX

I did the show before hers. I spent many a time talking to her getting to learn the business she knew. I will forever be grateful for the information she passed on to me. Beautiful and caring human being. I will miss her dearly.

Herman H garcia, Houston, TX

Ayn was so beautiful and talented. A compassionate human and passionate artist. I had the pleasure of spending many hrs with Ayn working at WFM. She has left a legacy of wondrous and captivating art. Eternal love my friend.

Bethany Brandenburg , Georgetown , KY

I'm incredibly sorry to hear about the loss of Ayn. She was so talented and will be missed greatly within the Houston creative community. Sending hope for peace to her family.

Bronwyn Lauder, houston, tx

Ayn was so kind hearted and compassionate. We will miss her very much.

Jerrilyn, Houston, TX

Last Wednesday saw the loss of Houston artist Ayn X Morgan. A frequent and devoted visitor to the Menil all her adult life, she was a Symbolist who reveled in the intellectual nuance of collage. During her short time a plethora of creative enterprises benefited from her contributions to the fields of set & fashion design, oral history, restoration, archiving, photography, copy-editing, graphic & web design, painting, audio production, horticulture, and refinishing.

For years, Ayn’s radio show The Chestnut Tree on KTRU and then KPFT was the only representation of experimental audio on the local FM dial. She made a point of supporting emerging artists in Houston and earned the respect of the sonic avant-garde around the world.

The textures, patterns, and forms in the items around us led to her many collections, ranging from Victorian-era antiques to found objects. Shy and passionately independent, Ayn Morgan showed everyone she encountered a definitive example of politeness and social sensitivity.

Family and close friends will gather to celebrate her life and art on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 from two o’clock until five o’clock in the afternoon at the Bradshaw Carter Home, 1734 West Alabama Street, Houston, TX 77098.
Donations in her honor can be made to Friends for Life animal shelter.

A selection of her work can be found at aynart.com. She is survived by her husband Andres Valderrama, her son John Rose, her brother Andrew Morgan, and the many friends and strangers who benefitted from her life. She was 39 years old.

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Candle tribute lit by jamey — Florida

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I'm really saddened to hear of your sudden loss. My heart goes out to you and your family in this difficult time.

Pilar Zarate, Cypress, TX

Candle tribute lit by Pilar Zarate — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Monica Martinez — Texas

Ayn will be terribly missed. All of us loved her and she will be cherished in our memories forever.

Monica Martinez, Katy, TX

Candle tribute lit by Elizabeth Patronella — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Janet Coldwell — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Susan Dubcak — Texas

We are deeply saddened by Ayn's passing, but we know that this is far from what you are going through right now. Ayn was a wonderful person and we miss her very much. Remember that we are here for you.

Mario Valderrama, Houston, TX

Candle tribute lit by Mike Honig — Texas

Ayn was a wonderful, caring, creative, talented, artistic, and generous person, whose presence and contributions to KPFT and to the community will be deeply missed.

Bill Crosier, Houston, TX

Candle tribute lit by Kerri Nel — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Tod Barrett & Ric Trellue — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Adam Holquist — Pennsylvania

I did the show before hers. I spent many a time talking to her getting to learn the business she knew. I will forever be grateful for the information she passed on to me. Beautiful and caring human being. I will miss her dearly.

Herman H garcia, Houston, TX

Candle tribute lit by Herman H Garcia — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Travis Johnson — Florida

Candle tribute lit by Dawn Carter — Texas

Ayn was so beautiful and talented. A compassionate human and passionate artist. I had the pleasure of spending many hrs with Ayn working at WFM. She has left a legacy of wondrous and captivating art. Eternal love my friend.

Bethany Brandenburg , Georgetown , KY

I'm incredibly sorry to hear about the loss of Ayn. She was so talented and will be missed greatly within the Houston creative community. Sending hope for peace to her family.

Bronwyn Lauder, houston, tx

Ayn was so kind hearted and compassionate. We will miss her very much.

Jerrilyn, Houston, TX

Candle tribute lit by Erica Edmisten — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Marah Eakin — Illinois


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