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Welcome to Ellen Moore Art! I am so glad you have come to see my work. I have been drawing and painting since I was a little girl and have always been interested in “figurative” subjects. I also enjoy landscape and still life work. I work primarily in oils, pastels, pencil, charcoal, and conte crayon. Take a look at my art, and for further information, purchases or commissions, you can contact me here. Enjoy!


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Latest Work


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You can view my latest commissioned and non-commissioned work here. Please contact me for further information, purchases or commissions by visiting my contact page or calling 214-520-3315.

Non-Commissioned


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Figurative subjects, landscape, and still life work have always been what I enjoy painting most. From familiar faces to places I have traveled, my non-commissioned work includes some of my favorite works and award-winning pieces.

Commissioned


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Although I prefer to work from experiences of my own life, I also work to fulfill client requests for specific work. Using real life and photographs, I am able to capture faces and places that are near and dear to clients all over the world.

Still Life & Landscape


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Living all over the United States has inspired my passion of painting landscape scenes. My love of color is influenced by both my travels and my southern upbringing in Dallas, Texas.

My Family


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My family has always been my main source of inspiration. I am proud to portray through my art the love, acceptance, and tenderness I feel toward my family, and I hope to inspire my viewers through these works.


Full Gallery


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To view all of my work including commissioned, non-commissioned, my family, still life, landscape, and more, please visit this page.


PAINTING WITH A PURPOSE

In the last few years I’ve been doing what I call Painting with a Purpose, where I am involved with two charity projects- Snowball Express and Painting for Good Causes.


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BEST OF SHOW 2016


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I was awarded Best of Show in 2016 by the Pastel Society of the Southwest (PSSW). Each fall, PSSW holds an annual membership exhibition juried by a prominent, national artist. The 2016 exhibition was juried by Alain Picard, an international award winning landscape, portrait, and figurative painter. For my painting Love Letter, A Response, I used a figure from a life drawing class but added the kimono because the PSSW does not allow nudes. I previously studied Degas pastels so I decided to put the figure in a room setting. Then I decided the woman looked so forlorn, so I added the love letter at the base of the chair to add an emotional connection for the viewer to participate in the art. 


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