Archives for Moore, Jay

Winter Wonderland

Something magical, almost mystical occurs with a snowfall. It brings with it great joy, which is readily apparent when you watch a young child seeing snow for the first time, or attempting to swallow the flakes as they fall. They also seem compelled to lay down in it, swinging their arms and legs to and fro as they create snow angels. Snow evokes a myriad of emotions. It can carry with it a sense of peace and wellbeing that for some involves sitting inside by a fire and watching the snow gently falling outside. On the other hand, it can
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‘It Has to Hit Home’

Colorado is home to Jay Moore—always has been and likely always will be. And why not? It has everything this talented landscape painter could possibly want, when it comes to subject matter—from creeks and rivers to aspen groves and mountains. Throw in the magnificent wildlife that occasionally makes its way into one of Moore’s paintings, and it’s clear that he is exactly where he should be. Colorado’s lifestyle also appeals to Moore, who grew up in Evergreen, a sleepy little town with a creek running through it and a lake nearby for fishing in the summer and skating in the
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The Studio of Jay Moore

Parker, Colorado, with its roots firmly entrenched in the 1800s, is a quiet hamlet roughly 19 miles southeast of Denver. At one time the last stop on the stagecoach and train lines to Denver, this quiet community, with its Victorian charm, probably will never flaunt itself as an urban enclave. That suits Colorado artist Jay Moore just fine. Jay Moore (Colorado) Evening Light Oil 24˝ by 62˝
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