“From PreSchool to Prismacolor: An Artists Timeline”
Featuring a timeline of works from Artist Emily Moore, starting with her first drawing
when she was age 3 up until her High School Senior AP Art Concentration Project.
This exhibit is on display now and will run through August 14, 2017.
Artist Statement: “Since the late 1990’s my art has evolved from the simple toddler drawings of random lines that I called a house or an animal to intricate detailed works of art. Anything from drawing to sculptures to new techniques I find or see, art is my way to escape and express myself. I’ve always been shy and quiet but I talk through my art. Art has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My art contains a variety of forms from drawing to creating and putting together elements to occasionally painting. How I see art is that it is something everyone can do. Everyone is an artist in their own way.”
Momma’s Statement (about the exhibit): “The purpose of this exhibit is actually 2-fold. The most important message to convey is to invest in your child. Support their efforts in exploring their creativity and take advantage of every opportunity that comes their way, especially if they’ve expressed an interest in the area. Secondly, as a young artist (in age or in skill) – as you browse through this exhibit, take note of where Emily was and where she is now. You can see her skill level and her interests
change as she grows. The message conveyed is to invest in yourself.
Take the time, learn the techniques and as an artist you will grow as well.”