'Music … Non-Stop' opens at Amavida: Artist rocks local art scene

Published: Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 05:36 PM.

"As fellow artists, I wanted to give thanks to musicians," said Moore.

Moore is not a musician, but grew up listening to music — first of his mother's generation, then his own.

"I am fascinated by musicians," said Moore, as he went on to say that both genres are artists and just create in different ways.

Moore said he has been producing art for 30 years but has only concentrated on it for the last decade. He just recently began to sell his work.

"My expression has shifted from a hobby to more than a hobby in the past few years," the artist said.

His work sells in the Blue Giraffe at WaterColor, the Summer Kitchen at Rosemary Beach, and at art festivals on 30A. He is also expanding his reach and has pieces in galleries in Washington State and Houston. However, he prefers to concentrate on the 30A art scene.

"There is a strong arts scene and appreciation for the arts and music on 30A. I have always wanted to sell there," said the Crestview resident.

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