Welcome to the John Matthew Moore Fine Art blog. These updates will include new works I`ve
completed and the inspiration behind them. I hope you enjoy getting to know my work
and why I love to do what I get to do every day.
This is a grouping of my shells photographed for Traditional Home, March/April 2011. They're in the home
of designer Tobi Fairley. Tobi has a very informative blog you can see at www.tobifairley.com/blog/.
A grouping of my eggs in a VA residence in my exclusive antiqued ivory and faux grained
frames. I love how the row of three paintings give a traditional subject a more modern feel.
Many of you saw this landscape painting in the DC Design House this past spring in the room designed
by Lauren Leiss. I photographed this garden in Kensington Gardens in London some years ago and have
been waiting for the perfect room for the painting. Lauren did an amazing job with this room and the painting
was perfect in the space. Lauren has a beautiful line of fabrics she has just debuted.
You can see it at www.purestylehome.blogspot.com/.
Here is a grouping of green and whites I recently installed for a client in DC. They are in my antiqued ivory
and crackled green frames I designed. I've very pleased with this collection. The room looks out into their topiary
garden, so bringing in the green and white was a perfect choice.
And finally a shot of my studio where I have the portrait of my two companions, Bufford Lee and Maggie
Elizabeth, that are no longer with me. They are surrounded by items that have found or may find their
way into my work.