My wall mounted sculpture, titled Davida, is drastically foreshortened, and projects off the wall less than four inches. This work captures a sense of change and transience, which viewers notice when moving by the work.
Davida was selected by juror Abigail Ogilvy—Abigail Ogilvy Gallery for exhibition at the South Shore Art Center, located in Cohasset, MA.
Director of the Helen Day Art Center, Rachel Moore, selects work by Colin Moore for Exhibition.
I am happy to announce that Rachel Moore, Director of the Helen Day Art Center, located in Stowe, Vermont, has selected my work for Exposed 2017. My sculpture Emily, will be installed for exhibition in the town of Stowe, Vermont; along with works by ten fellow artists. The show runs thru October 21, 2017.
The sculpture Emily may evoke a variety of feelings depending on the direction from which it is viewed. I created this piece during the time my daughter first moved to the West Coast and I was experiencing the separation. This sculpture is part of a lager body work I call the Empathy Project.
Juror Nick Capasso, Director of the Fitchburg Art Museum, has chosen Colin Moore’s sculpture titled, The Other. This work explores the loneliness of being different. The ehibition, Out of Order was hosted by SSAC.
I am pleased to announce that my work has been chosen for a National Juried Exhibition by Theresa Choi (Storm King Art Center) Katherine Hart (Hood Museum of Art) and Ian Alden Russell (Brown University.) The exhibition titled Exposed, has been organized by curator, Rachel Moore, from the Helen Day Art Center, located in Stowe, Vermont. Affect has been installed on Main Street in the town of Stowe, it is part of an exhibition which includes 15 fellow artists. The show runs till October 15, 2016.
MassMOCA Curator Denise Markonish selects Colin Moore's Affect for On the Edge at South Shore Arts Center
I'm excited to announce that my work has been chosen for a National Juried Exhibition by MassMOCA museum curator Denise Markonish. Denise juried the show titled On the Edge which will be on display at the South Shore Art Center, located in Cohasset, MA, from November 13 to December 20, 2015.
In Markonish's own words:
"Traditional figurative sculpture can be a tricky terrain, I appreciate [Colin Moore's] obvious skill but also their willingness to go with a non-traditional pose. The gesture of the shrugging, nonplussed girl is a great monument to teenagerdom."
Join me for the opening reception on November 13, 6-8pm. I will also be giving an artist talk on December 6, 2015 at 1pm. Visit the South Shore Art Center's website for more info.
I am happy to be showing two of my sculptures at the Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit which is hosted by the Pingree School, located in South Hamilton, MA. The juried exhibit features work by 35 New England artists and runs from September 1 to November 2, 2015.