Anderson R Moore - Fine Artist

Anderson R Moore

Ft. Collins,, CO - United States

 
 
 

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Anderson R Moore

Ft. Collins,, CO - United States

Anderson R Moore - Fine Artist

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About Anderson R Moore

'My interest in depicting Americana Art has been a life long journey. Through out the 30 plus years of painting I feel like this is my biggest growth spurt of all in actually discovering who I am as an artist.' Over the last decade, Anderson R. Moore has expanded her means of expressing her views using the ancient art of Silk Painting. ' Hand painting on silk allows the colors to pop, a depth in the silk and transparency can be achieved that is most satisfying to me as an artist.', Anderson R. Moore is a Silk artist, striving to evoke emotional responses to her paintings and other works through the paint brush. Most of her paintings are large works, and color is important in telling the story.
Anderson teaches classes in silk painting for beginners and advanced artists in both a classroom setting and private instruction. Sharing the information gained over the years is truly the way of giving back, teaching classes is a great way to give back. 'Teaching makes everything else worth the effort, disappointments, stumbling blocks you work hard to get over and then those small triumphs we get to have along the way. Now, coming full circle, the days are filled with art and enjoyment of the inspirational locations traveled. My art has become my greatest passion in life, - and is a very deep part of me. Every single day I paint or draw something. I get so much pleasure from being able to do the things I love everyday, and then to make someone smile because of a piece of art I have created - gosh that's worth it all!'
Anderson's work currently hangs in private collections, corporations, world wide. The artists work posted on Fine Art America is here for a limited time and available for reproductions in limited quantities, and then removed. Please contact the artist directly for originals and those which have been removed recently.

For more in depth information about Anderson, or to follow her blog, and to obtain class information please visit her website,(Http://andersonrmoore.com) or Facebook Art Page ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-R-Moore/150718800687 ), or follow her on Twitter (@anflyart); Tumblr http://amfineart.tumblr.com/ ; Instagram ARMoorefineart http://instagram.com/armoorefineart .

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Details, fine details, Scratchboard is a form of direct engraving where the artist scratches away a thin surface coat of indigo ink to expose a white kaolin clay surface. The scratching is done with a variety of tools, ranging from craft knives, scalpels, diamond and ruby-tipped burrs, sandpaper, steel wool, electric and ink erasers, sewing needles, tungsten welding rods, fingernail buffers, fiberglass brushes or just about anything hard enough to leave a mark. Scratches made with knives and scalpels are among the finest drawing lines possible. This allows the artist to build from darks to lights by layering numerous marks in the same area which lends itself particularly well to fur and hair, which is why wildlife and animals are favorite subjects of scratchboard artists. The boards can be left black & white or colored with inks, watercolors, or colored pencil. Typically the added color is itself scratched. Because of the many fine lines, creating a scratchboard is typically a slow process and it's not uncommon for an artist to spend 40-200 hours on an original work. After a work is completed, it is varnished for protection. The amount of time a scratchboard takes depends on several things; size of the board, subject matter, intricacy of the subject, if using color or not, how much detail to use as the background, and on occasion how you might frame the completed work.

Anderson R Moore - Reel N Creel
 

Reel N Creel by Anderson R Moore

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Puppies Are Ready to Go Fish by Anderson R Moore

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