For 30 years I was a Graphic Designer in New York City.  Eventually my work was all done on the computer. I never had any idea about painting.

I was born into a creative family of eccentric artists but raised by alcoholic Republicans. It took me until I met a painter in 2016 to realize my own liberal and abstract visions. I have been painting every day since then. My hand must be guided by my heart, my brain is clueless until the end. My feelings are expressed more in the paintings than in words.

My book of Selfies (available in the gift shop) illustrates my daily toils and fears. I hope to combine those images with the abstraction of the paintings, and, with a recent rise in my social blood-pressure, create some compelling propaganda.

Wells Moore

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