$15,000.00

Climbing Bayou by Debbie Moore

Colorful Abstract Triptych

Moore paint all kinds of subject matter, however her figurative works often highlight motherhood, family matters, and societal influences. From a backlit scene, to the curve of the human form to the smallest of nature’s wonders, she is influenced by everything around her. She is a multimedia artist, painting abstractly and impressionistically using oils and acrylics. Moore enjoys breaking norms and experiments with adding unusual elements to my work such as sand, holographic pigment, paper, canvas, glass; anything that will lend itself to her mission.

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Full Size: 114″ W x 62″ H – Framed in a solid wood, black floater frame
Each Panel: 38″W x 62″H Framed | Canvas Size: 36″W x 60″H

Artwork is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and Gallery Appraisal.

Learn More about Debbie Moore

Debbie Moore Artist Biography

“The Floppy Flower” was Debbie Moore’s first prize-winning painting at the early age of 6, solidifying a love of all things creative. The trend of using a multitude of color has obviously stayed with her through the years. As a nod to her wondrous childhood and first love of art, Moore will often insert a floppy flower somewhere inconspicuously to some of my abstract works to memorialize the wonder of exploration and remind herself to stay true to what makes her “her” and that all things are possible.

Even at this early stage, Moore was fascinated with color, texture, and trying new things. She would  spend hours in her garage as a child using what she calls her “Super Elastic Bubble Plastic Maker”, blowing liquid plastic through a straw to make beautiful creations of color that would meld together in all sorts of varying patterns. As if that wasn’t enough, she could then shape the bubbles into objects of my imagination; the toy of all toys for the creative kid!

Professional Transition

After a successful career and raising two daughters, Moore decided to turn her attention to her first love and pursued all avenues of learning from local and international artists to master the fundamentals of art. Rather than producing a reiteration of a subject, she prefers to enhance subjects with colors that may or may not be there to stimulate and stir that imaginative and childlike wonder in others. She uses bold color and expressive marks to tell a story. The viewer can see what only they can see, shaped by their own life’s events and feelings. That is what art should do, be an individual gift. For Moore, it is the process that keeps her coming back.

Debbie Moore’s work has been juried into local and national exhibitions and she is a member of AIS. Like poetry, her work offers a personal journey, a cadence or a romance between realism, color, and abstraction; a break from the norm. Moore’s work can be found in galleries and private collections around the country.

Price: $15,000.00

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Climbing Bayou by Debbie Moore

Colorful Abstract Triptych

Moore paint all kinds of subject matter, however her figurative works often highlight motherhood, family matters, and societal influences. From a backlit scene, to the curve of the human form to the smallest of nature’s wonders, she is influenced by everything around her. She is a multimedia artist, painting abstractly and impressionistically using oils and acrylics. Moore enjoys breaking norms and experiments with adding unusual elements to my work such as sand, holographic pigment, paper, canvas, glass; anything that will lend itself to her mission.

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Full Size: 114″ W x 62″ H – Framed in a solid wood, black floater frame
Each Panel: 38″W x 62″H Framed | Canvas Size: 36″W x 60″H

Artwork is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and Gallery Appraisal.

Learn More about Debbie Moore

Debbie Moore Artist Biography

“The Floppy Flower” was Debbie Moore’s first prize-winning painting at the early age of 6, solidifying a love of all things creative. The trend of using a multitude of color has obviously stayed with her through the years. As a nod to her wondrous childhood and first love of art, Moore will often insert a floppy flower somewhere inconspicuously to some of my abstract works to memorialize the wonder of exploration and remind herself to stay true to what makes her “her” and that all things are possible.

Even at this early stage, Moore was fascinated with color, texture, and trying new things. She would  spend hours in her garage as a child using what she calls her “Super Elastic Bubble Plastic Maker”, blowing liquid plastic through a straw to make beautiful creations of color that would meld together in all sorts of varying patterns. As if that wasn’t enough, she could then shape the bubbles into objects of my imagination; the toy of all toys for the creative kid!

Professional Transition

After a successful career and raising two daughters, Moore decided to turn her attention to her first love and pursued all avenues of learning from local and international artists to master the fundamentals of art. Rather than producing a reiteration of a subject, she prefers to enhance subjects with colors that may or may not be there to stimulate and stir that imaginative and childlike wonder in others. She uses bold color and expressive marks to tell a story. The viewer can see what only they can see, shaped by their own life’s events and feelings. That is what art should do, be an individual gift. For Moore, it is the process that keeps her coming back.

Debbie Moore’s work has been juried into local and national exhibitions and she is a member of AIS. Like poetry, her work offers a personal journey, a cadence or a romance between realism, color, and abstraction; a break from the norm. Moore’s work can be found in galleries and private collections around the country.

Price: $15,000.00

Enjoy Now, Pay Later with interest free financing through Art Money.

 

Please contact the gallery for shipping rates.
Shipping rates and times are dependent upon delivery location.

248-539-0262

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