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Catherine Moore

Catherine A. Moore is an illustrator, designer, and art educator currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work spans from graphite portraiture to punderful greeting cards, combining watercolor and wordplay. Her website is available at www.catherineamoore.com.

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Jaime Anderson’s whimsical illustrated worlds

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By Catherine Moore in New Illustration on Tuesday 25 June 2013

Illustrator Jaime Anderson combines landscapes and patterns to create surreal illustrations where hair becomes rivers, tiny muses lounge on the keys of typewriters, and ice cream cones rain from the sky. Anderson seamlessly transitions between the fanciful and the real, with work providing editorial commentary on issues from technology and relationships, to vaccine use, to […]

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Conceptual art about finding home by Nicole Crock

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By Catherine Moore in New Art on Tuesday 25 June 2013

Nicole Crock is near the top of my ‘how is this person not famous yet?’ list (but she’s getting there!) A conceptual artist working out of Columbus, Ohio, Crock’s work plays on the concept of what home is, where it is, and how we find it. Working with a variety of materials and styles reminiscent […]

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Catherine Moore’s Arrested Development graphite portraits

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By Catherine Moore in New Illustration on Monday 24 June 2013

The advice of ‘you should draw famous people’ led me to pursue a celebrity series of portraiture. With the fourth season of the TV show Arrested Development being released on Netflix last month, the choice seemed obvious to illustrate the members of the dysfunctional Bluth family.

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Fanciful illustrations of common objects

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By Catherine Moore in New Illustration on Monday 24 June 2013

One of the most valuable traits of a successful illustrator is to distinguish yourself from the crowd and, along with the luck of having her oh-so-alliterative name, Katrina Kopeloff’s fanciful illustrations are a truly unique take on her common subjects of penguins, hamsters, and creatures of all sorts. Influenced by illustrator Edward Gorey, Kopeloff’s images […]

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Delicate watercolours inspired by Hawaii

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By Catherine Moore in New Art on Saturday 22 June 2013

Candice Davis is a watercolour painter who currently lives in Houston, Texas, but pines for her former home of Hawaii. Her experiences as a surfer and outdoors enthusiast inspired her to capture these stunning images of waves, breaks, and pipelines from around the world. Davis balances areas of dynamic, intricate pattern with voids of empty […]

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Nina Weber’s sketches of sleepers from around the world

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By Catherine Moore in New Illustration on Friday 21 June 2013

If you’re ever taking a nap on the subway and get that funny feeling that you’re being watched, you may want to glance around and make sure illustrator Nina Weber, from Berlin, is not recording your snores and residual drool. Weber’s prolific sketches of her travels around the world are a mixture of buildings, people, […]

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Beautiful photography of the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation

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By Catherine Moore in New Photography on Friday 21 June 2013

I had the pleasure of meeting photographer Richard Steinberger through his wife, Heather, while I was working with the Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, located on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. While Richard’s commercial photography is beyond stunning, his talent for capturing light, color, and emotion shines through in these images […]

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