Robert Moore
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Height of Autumn

oil on canvas
60h x 40w in
152.40h x 101.60w cm
$16,500

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Life Against the Wall

oil on board
24h x 12w in
60.96h x 30.48w cm
$2,200

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Summer in the Rockies

oil on canvas
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
$9,000

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Light of the Woods

oil on board
20h x 10w in
50.80h x 25.40w cm
$2,200

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Pieces of Autumn

oil on canvas
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
$9,000

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Softness of September

oil on board
12h x 24w in
30.48h x 60.96w cm
$2,200

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Coe Springs Road

oil on canvas
36 x 48 in
(91.44h x 121.92w cm)
$10,700

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Floral with Melon

oil on panel
12 x 12 in
(30.48h x 30.48w cm)
$1,450
 

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January Outbuildings

oil on board
11 x 14 in
(27.94h x 35.56w cm)
$1,400

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September's Stillness
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September's Symphony

oil on board
15 x 30 in
(38.1h x 76.2w cm)
$3,200

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Vestiges of Winter

oil on canvas
24 x 48 in
(60.96h x 121.92w cm)
$7,700

Biography

• Gilcrease Museum, Collector’s Reserve Exhibition, Williams President’s Choice Award, Tulsa, OK, 2015
• Gilcrease Museum, Collector’s Reserve Exhibition, Honorable Mention, Tulsa, OK 2015
• Idaho Governors Award, Excellence in the Arts, 2012
• Magic Valley Has Art, 1st place, 2011
• The National Park Academy of Arts, Award for Excellence, 1996
• Arts for the Parks Competition, Top 100, 1993
• Art Center College of Design, Ninth Term Honors Program Scholarship, 1984-1987
• O’Brian Art Center, Scholarship, 1984
• O’Brian Art Center, EOSC Art Scholarship, 1979-1989
• Valley Hunt Club, First Place
• The National Academy of Arts- Top 100 Paintings, Award of Excellence, 1996
• Arts for the Parks Competition, Top 100, 1993 and 1994
• The Art Center College of Design, Ninth-Term Honors Program, Pasadena, California, 1987
• Valley Hunt Club 100 year Commemorative Poster Competition, 1st place 1987
• Art Center College of Design, Full Scholarship, Pasadena, California, 1984-1987

Robert C. Moore, b. 1957, Idaho, (United States)


Robert Moore possesses sincerity and courtesy that reflects his Idaho farm upbringing.  Raised near the Snake River where his appreciation for nature was sparked.  A contemplative, quiet individual, Robert discovered art as a way to freely express his feelings. 


Moore prefers painting ‘en plein aire’ to best express his immediate impression of each subject.  Plein aire painting allows him to capture the light and color effects of creation’s order.  He frequently uses vivid colors and high-keyed values that reveal a spiritually inspired joy. Moore’s paintings have a characteristic mood and energy about them that invite the viewer to experience the beauty he sees in nature. Several Trips abroad, including China, Canada, and the Tuscan countryside, have also inspired many canvases. In recent years, Moore has become a highly sought-after instructor and he teaches multiple workshops a year


Robert Moore makes his home on a farm in the heart of the Snake River Basin in Southern Idaho with his wife, Rebecca, and their six children.
 

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