Enter now and you could win this "Bike 30A" art by southern folk artist Alan Moore! 

This $900 piece measures 45" x 20" and we're giving it away to one random fan on July 27th. 

Enter starting July 9th. To find out more about the Moores and their art visit their July and August exhibit at Amavida Coffee and Tea / 30A.com Store in Rosemary Beach, FL.

The Moore sell their bright, colorful, upcyled, folk art nationally at art festivals, galleries, exhibits, shops, and restaurants.   

Currently the Moore's create in their home studio in the Denver, Colorado area where they ship their work across America.

Alan, Isabella, and Emma make custom work and sell from their studio.

Always cool teaming up with local breweries for a good cause...

CLICK HERE to bid on this huge Breckenridge Brewery Trout made by Alan, Isabella, and Emma Moore.  All proceeds benefit the LPS Foundation.

ART DESCRIPTION:

The Moores are an artistic family who live in beautiful Colorado and sunny Florida. They make bright, colorful, folk art out of salvaged and upcycled materials. They sell their work nationally as well as in galleries all along the Front Range.

Always a pleasure teaming up with Mugs Coffee Lounge for an art exhibit.  Mugs vision is local, fair trade and community oriented.  

This will be the third year exhibiting at Mugs and we look forward to many more.  Thanks McCabe and Kait for all your help and support of The Moore Family Folk Art.

We drop off art at Mugs in late March.  We will post photos throughout April and May.

The girls and I get lots of questions about our work, our lives, our craft and other stuff.

Here are a few brief answers and a few links to the longer winded answers. 

Enjoy!  -Alan

1. What formal art training do you have as artists?  

I (Alan) consider myself primarily self-taught.  The classes I enjoyed the most, and seemed to be most at home in, throughout middle school and high school were shop, drafting, and art.  Those classes seemed more natural to me.  The other subjects were work.

2015 Festivals, Exhibits, and Art Classes 

with 

The Moore Family Folk Art (Florida - Colorado)

SPOTLIGHT ON ART -  Atlanta, GA

February 2-7 (Atlanta, GA)

SPRING ART CLASSES at THE BLUE GIRAFFE

Friday March 13 -10am-6pm (WaterColor, FL)

Wednesday March 18 -10am-6pm (WaterColor, FL)

ART IN THE PARK – WaterColor, FL

Saturday March 21 10am-5pm (WaterColor, FL)

SPRING ART CLASSES at THE BLUE GIRAFFE

Thursday March 26 -10am-6pm (WaterColor, FL)

UP! – A Junk Art Exhibit  - Mugs Coffee Loun

The Moore's 2015/2016 Junk Art Tour UP! will be in the following cities this year:

Atlanta, GA (Spotlight On Art - February 2-7)

Fort Collins, CO (Mugs Coffee Lounge - April/May)

Rosemary Beach, FL (Amavida Coffee - July)

Denver, CO (My Hair Trip Salon - July/August)

Bluewater Bay, FL (Bluewater Bay Marina - November)

Knoxville, TN (The Tomato Head - February/March 2016)

SPOTLIGHT ON ART PHOTOS (SOLD ART!):

Repurpose.  Salvage.  Upcycle.  Reduce-Reuse-Recycle.  Trash to Treasure.  

Use whatever term(s) you want, we Moores do it, and do it quite well. 

We are hoarders-hoarders with a purpose.  We stock pile, dumpster dive, antique, garage sale, thrift, junk yard, all for the purpose of creating our nowhere-near-famous southern-fried folk art.  

Often more than half the time it takes to produce a piece of art is spent finding the coolest and most unique materials for the piece.
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