We love making custom work.  Many owners/collectors over the years come up with great ideas that we have had the privilege turning into beautiful, handmade, upcycled, folk art.

In our home studio south of Denver, Colorado we keep over 5000 vintage steel soda and beer cans in stock along with over 150,000 different bottle caps-old and new, domestic and import, some dating all the way back to 1915.  We keep an abundant stock of upcycled materials so we can turn around custom orders in a mater of a few weeks.  

If you have seen our work you have a good idea of what we have created over the last several years.

Our friends at the Denver Zoo invited us to display our bright, colorful, upcycled art at the opening night of the Washed Ashore exhibit ... Lots to check out this evening including new works by Emma, Bella, and Alan Moore

More details below:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 • 6:30 - 9:00 PM

Join us for Denver’s wildest happy hour, an adults-only preview night of Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea.

Alan Moore has been making upcycled folk art for close to 25 years.  It all started when his high school art teacher introduced him to the primitive/folk art genre.  Along with selling their work nationally Alan and his daughters teach upcycled art workshops in Colorado and they also have a creative team teaching workshops in Florida.

Learn more about The Moore Family Folk Art's workshops here:  MEET YOUR TEACHERS and at their BIO page on their main website.

The end of the year always provides the opportunity to look back on the last 365 days and reflect on all the amazing things that have happened.  2015 was a solid year for The Moore Family Folk Art.  And 2016 is looking like its gonna be a great one too.  Here are a few highlights from 2015 and a preview of some cool stuff on the horizon in 2016.

2015 (11 cool things that happened)

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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.

We love making custom work.  Many owners/collectors over the years come up with great ideas that we have had the privilege turning into beautiful, handmade, upcycled, folk art.

In our home studio south of Denver, Colorado we keep over 5000 vintage steel soda and beer cans in stock along with over 120,000 different bottle caps-old and new, domestic and import.  We keep an abundant stock of upcycled materials so we can turn around custom orders in a mater of a few weeks.

About four years ago Jen Pike asked me to make some art for her family seafood restaurant in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.  Up to that point, for several years, I had been playing around with upcycled material and paint in my work but had not created anything that was specifically Floridacentric.  I had resisted making beachy or nautical works not wanting to fall into any kind of cliche, cheap, tourist art genre.

Join folk artists Alan, Isabella, and Emma at Show of Hands (Cherry Creek North Art District) this fall and create your own unique one of a kind upcycled art.

Thanks to Amavida Coffee and Tea (Rosemary Beach, Florida) for hosting Isabella and Emma's exhibit opening for UP! - A Junk Art Exhibit

Thanks for Gileah and Chris for the beautiful music!

UP! will be on the walls at Amavida until August 31st.

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.
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