June 19-July 11
Anne Moore began studying printmaking at Saddleback College under Bill Riley in 1995, learning the technical aspects of this fascinating medium and developing her own artistic voice. Her favorite printmaking techniques are linocuts and monotypes. Her style ranges from the precise to the abstract. For ten years Anne has been privileged to exhibit at the Laguna Festival of Arts, and since 2005 her work has been shown at Sandstone Gallery in Laguna Beach.
She is also represented at Freed Gallery in Lincoln City, Oregon. Recently Dolcezza, an international clothing company in Montreal, chose to feature two of Anne's prints in their 2019 fall fashion line. Examples of Anne's original prints were included in Letter Arts Review in 2019 in an article on unconventional uses of calligraphy. Western Art and Architecture Magazine has also featured her work in a two-page article.
In addition, Anne's monotypes have been used on the cover of a college textbook, on several CD cases, in college promotional materials, as well as in a textbook on printmaking. Her collectors range across the US and Canada. Anne works out of her Dana Point home studio which she shares with her artist husband Hyatt Moore. Her work can be viewed at www.annesprints.com.
We find heroes at the intersection of chaos and courage, those who choose to walk, run, climb and dive into danger to help others, and those who are there to bring healing to the wounded. We gratefully respect, applaud and honor them for the safety net they provide. May they find the undercurrents of Hope in the challenges before them. Undercurrents of Hope is a monotype, a one-of-a-kind original hand-pulled print that has been glued to a 20"X16" X2" birch panel.
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