John C. Moore

 

 

RECENT WORK:
40 PAINTINGS IN 40 DAYS-
SELECTIONS FROM THE
2009 BURPEE SEED CATALOG
MAKE MUSIC FROM WHAT REMAINS
WARM IN WINTER
RABBIT IN A RIB CAGE
BERNOULLI'S MANDALA
 
LES FANTÔMES DU PASSÉ
OTHER WORK
ARTIST'S EYE PRESS RELEASE
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John C. Moore

ABOUT THE ARTIST

John Carlisle Moore is an artist working in Fort Worth. While exclusively a painter these days, he was, for almost twenty years, the Head Of Fine Arts at Fort Worth's, Trinity Valley School. Last May he was the guest lecturer at the Kimbell Museum's Artist's Eye series, where he drew the largest crowd ever for that series of events. He also has deep interests and experiences in the theater, and has had a long affiliation with Fort Worth's, Hip Pocket Theater. He has demonstrated excellence in all forms of the visual arts and in the many disciplines of the theater, including, writing, directing, performing, and designing.

Since leaving Trinity Valley in 2007 to pursue his own work, he has received numerous commissions, produced two major shows, and is currently involved in producing an adaptation of Charles Darwin's, "On the Origins of the Species" in puppetry, as well as undertaking the daunting process of painting particular scenes from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Nobel Prize winning novel, "100 Years of Solitude." His work is present in many local collections, as well as across the United States.

John attended Texas Christian University under a full Nordan Fine Arts Scholarship and received his BFA in painting there in 1974.

 

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