Area artists earn A+ and go to Top of Class

Published: Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 05:39 PM.

Moore is a Walton County native and the art teacher at a Paxton School . She has considered herself an artist since 1996 when she earned her degree in art history. She has taught for the past nine years.

Moore 's preferred genre is watercolor.

"I love to create an expression of art. I love watercolor because it's translucent, and I love the way it helps me express myself," she said.

She describes "Solstice" as a visionary landscape inspired by Blue Pond in the northern part of the county where her parents live.

"Solstice" is part of a series of abstract landscapes she created.

"I mostly do abstract landscapes and florals, and I use a lot of color in doing that," she said.

The colors she currently prefers are pinks and greens.

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