Welcome to 'Artist in Bloom', a collection of fine art photography and original art by artist/photographer Elizabeth (Betty) Moore. Choose
from a growing selection of images designed to enhance the walls of your restaurant, hotel, business or home-based office. Prints from the
'Artist in Bloom' collection are available as giclee prints and on stretched canvas in a variety of sizes for your specific environment. Click on
the menu above to see samples from the collection. See Prices for additional information on ordering prints and stretched canvas.
"Deer Lake Savanna" and "Deer Lake Riffles"
Your corporate office walls or residence will come alive with these fine art oil paintings on gallery wrapped canvas featuring the Deer Lake Savanna in Forest Park. Vibrant brush strokes create an impressionistic landscape of movement and light that captures a moment in time. See Oil Paintings.
Both paintings will be part of a solo exhibit during March 2018 at the Missouri Athletic Club (downtown and Des Peres locations). Details to come.
Wearable Art: "Burning Heart" Scarf
This scarf will add a touch of luxury and modern elegance to your wardrobe.
See my full collection of wearable art, featuring tops, wraps, unisex tees, clutches, scarves, pillows, wood art and candles on ShopVIDA.com
The framed "Serenity" (Lotus Blossom), is part of "Open Theme Annual 2018, a national juried exhibition, January 15 - February 28, at Webster Arts Center, 483 E Lockwood, lower level, Schultz Hall, Eden Campus. A free Opening Reception will be held, January 18, from 6 - 8 p.m.
Check out my "Blog" to learn more about my participation in the 31January Strada Easel Challenge. Here's one of the paintings from the challenge.
“ICathy's Whale on the Window Sill”
5" x 17", oil on canvas board
This glass whale was a present from my sister Cathy. She is part of the heroic Winter Park Ski Parol, working on a daily basis saving skiers who often venture beyond the safe powder snow. When the season is over and the snow begins to melt, the ski boots come off and she heads for warm beaches and opportunities to swim with the fishes in the deep blue sea.