Trailside Galleries keeps their artists busy! Throughout the month of February the gallery’s annual New Horizons landscape show illuminates downtown’s East Broadway.
Highlighted in the exhibit is contemporary landscape painter Robert Moore, a very popular artist. His canvas sizes run the gamut–they can be almost monumental in scale, but he also creates paintings in sizes appropriate for any space. Result: lots to choose from!
Moore’s paint application suggests a palette knife; brushstrokes have a slicing quality. Moore’s colors are vibrant–he’s flexible here, too. Landscapes are warm, cool, and everything in between. Baskets of color, flying confetti, piling up—Moore’s own painterly parade. He’s a painter for all seasons, an “American Impressionist.” Hailing from Idaho, Moore has been painting for 25 years; this show is slated to include at least 10 new works.
Other artists featured in February’s show are: Bruce Cheever, Brent Cotton, Michael Godfrey, Lanny Grant, Francois Koch, Calvin Liang, Grant MacDonald, Dan McCaw, Danny McCaw, Greg McHuron, Robert Moore, Scott Myers, Ralph Oberg, Andrew Peters, Bill Sawczuk, Curt Walters and Kathy Wipfler.